Webinar: Einaudi Center faculty discuss government responses to COVID-19 and their implications for democratic rule.
Migrations expert Amanda Rodewald studies bird ecosystems, looking for the best outcomes for people and the planet.
The Einaudi Center's Tom Pepinsky, Southeast Asia program, was awarded one of Cornell's highest faculty honors.
SSRC Dissertation Proposal Development Program students adapted to obstacles brought on by the global pandemic.
Institute of Politics and Global Affairs director in NYT op-ed, remote voting keeps "American public safe."
Cornellians in and with connections to China have provided crucial equipment and supplies for hospitals.
Student jobs prepare workers for careers in international relations, academia, and other areas.
Ian Kysel, law and Migrations initiative, helped draft 14 principles for protecting migrants and refugees.
Peter Katzenstein, the Einaudi Center's Carpenter chair, has been awarded the Skytte Prize in Political Science.
Reps. Reed and Gottheimer discussed the need for a bipartisan policy response to COVID-19 during an IOPGA webinar.