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Nicholas Mulder, IES

“Sanctions are kind of like alchemy,” says Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history. “You apply all this pressure to this black box of a...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

“I think these are operating on a different model, which is kind of the law of large numbers,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government and public...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

Sarah Kreps, professor of government and public policy, weighs the pros and cons of various drone types.

Cristina Florea, Global Public Voices and IES

With high inflation, soaring energy prices, and slowing economic growth, many economists have drawn comparisons between today’s European economy and...

War in Ukraine Reshapes World Order

Einaudi panelists appeared with Ann Simmons, the Wall Street Journal’s Moscow bureau chief, in a Sept. 22 event. Watch the video at eCornell.

Bryn Rosenfeld, IES

Though Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu has said that the mobilization will be limited and gradual, “already there appears to be a disconnect...

Dmitry Bykov and Pedro X. Molina

September 23 at noon: Einaudi visiting critics share their experiences at this joint event with Migrations and Ithaca City of Asylum.

Eswar Prasad, SAP

Although the greenback’s dominance remains assured, the yuan will get a boost from countries looking to skirt the dollar, said Eswar Prasad, senior...

Nicholas Mulder, IES/GPV

On the Money Talks podcast, Nicholas Mulder, assistant professor of history, explains historically how long it has taken for sanctions to have an...

Nicholas Mulder, IES

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