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Nicholas Mulder, IES/GPV

“While the use of sanctions has surged, their odds of success have plummeted,” says Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, in his book “The...

Raymond Craib, LACS

This piece features the new book Adventure Capitalism by Raymond Craib, professor of American history. 

Sarah Kreps, PACS

"I think both the U.S. and China are starting to become a bit more pragmatic when it comes to semiconductors,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of...

Ravi Kanbur, PACS/SAP

This piece references research by Ravi Kanbur, professor of economics and policy, suggesting global inequality may rise in steady fashion for years to...

Stephen Yale-Loehr, Migrations

Stephen Yale-Loehr, professor of immigration law, agrees that Border Patrol agents won’t hand out Social Security numbers. Loehr says, “Even if they...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

“People in emerging markets have always found ways to move their capital out of the country to seek a more stable currency,” says Sarah Krepps,...

Allen Carlson, CMSP/EAP/SAP/SEAP

“In the end, one would hope that the Speaker has made her point and will be restrained in speaking directly about independence while in Taiwan… while...

Chris Barrett, IAD/SEAP

“If you worry about domestic politics, if you worry about environmental matters, if you worry about immigration matters, if you worry about diplomacy...

Eli Friedman, EAP

The ideas of “giving up on fighting tooth and nail” for an increasingly elusive reward has grown in appeal for young Chinese citizens, says Eli...

Linda Shi, Global Public Voices

This piece, co-authored by Linda Shi, professor of city and regional planning, discusses misperceptions about manufactured housing and offers them as...