Nicole Hassoun, visiting scholar at the Einaudi Center, recalls the human-rights approach to the global AIDS crisis.
Jessica Chen Weiss co-writes NYT op-ed on how Beijing’s nationalism will be self-defeating in the long term.
IOPGA director Steve Israel tells Democrats to respond to disinformation spread by Republicans in an op-ed.
Douglas Kriner, IOPGA director, co-writes op-ed on public outrage over postal service changes.
“Already Authoritarian? Policing and the Use of Force,” will examine violence and policing in the context of American history and current events, analyzing their impact for democracy.
Scientists have uncovered new details about cassava’s genetic architecture.
Cornell faculty and students talk about the political, economic, cultural, and personal dimensions of the events in Lebanon.
Migrations faculty fellows Steve Yale-Loehr and Gunisha Kaur discuss Cornell efforts to assist immigrants.
Lee Teng-hui, Ph.D. ’68, the first popularly elected president of Taiwan, died July 30 in Taipei. He was 97.
Video of Democracy 20/20 webinar by the American Democracy Collaborative, Einaudi Center, and IOPGA.