The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies brings world leaders, preeminent scholars, and public figures to Cornell to foster conversation about the global questions and conditions that shape our lives. Our signature events spark engagement on campus, in national debates, and around the world.
Established in 1984, this annual lecture brings distinguished international figures to campus to speak on global topics and meet with Cornell students and faculty.
This annual debate brings to campus two to three international affairs experts to discuss pressing issues in world news and policy.
Lund Debate: Democracy and Its Opposites
This lecture, hosted every three years by the Southeast Asia Program, addresses key questions in Southeast Asian studies.
Hosted by the East Asia Program, this annual lecture features leading scholars of Chinese and East Asian studies.
Hosted by the South Asia Program, this annual lecture features a contemporary South Asian author.