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SIPA mourns the passing of alumna Anita Ashok Datar, who was killed in a terrorist attack in Bamako, Mali, on November 20, 2015.

As under secretary for international affairs at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Sheets is the nation’s senior financial diplomat.

Kayleigh B. Campbell, PhD candidate in sustainable development, has received grants to support her research on transportation infrastructure

New programming included a case study competition, clean tech showcase, and career fair.

As western nations’ share of the world population falls, Annan says, the status quo cannot continue.

“Institution-building is a process that takes time,” says Mo Ibrahim.

Martin Wolf, Eli Noam, and Joseph Stiglitz join Dean Merit E. Janow for discussion of the future—and pitfalls—of the “digital economy.”

Alexandre Mars of Epic Foundation shares his methods for success.

Scholar considers October 25 results and looks to November 22 runoff.

Way brings to Columbia more than a decade of experience in student affairs at the graduate and undergraduate level, and a wealth of additional experience in the public sector, as a lawyer, and as a university instructor.

Twelve Pacific basin nations have negotiated a single free-trade agreement that accounts for an estimated 40 percent of global GDP. If adopted it will be the largest regional trade accord in history.

As Mari Pangestu prepared to give the lecture associated with the visiting professorship she currently holds, Dean Merit E. Janow of SIPA introduced her by noting that the George W...

“Steve Levine was an extraordinary public servant, and SIPA students... were fortunate to learn from his deep well of knowledge,” says Professor Ester Fuchs.

Growth of the program to 600 participants “is a testament to the strong interest from students and alumni alike,” says co-chair Jeffrey Levine MPA ’05.

More than 200 dignitaries, scholars, and guests joined SIPA for the launch of the Deepak and Neera Raj Center on Indian Economic Policies on October 5.

“Let’s get states back in the driver’s seat,” said Governor Gary R. Herbert of Utah. “States are the laboratories of democracy, and they offer opportunities to experiment with policies...

Richard Nephew and  Bijan Khajehpour discuss the outlook for Iran at a forum hosted by the Center on Global Energy Policy and the New York Energy Forum.

“Karl Popper, the British-Austrian philosopher, once said, ‘Optimism is a duty.’ I think as politicians and academics, that’s something we need to stick to...

Glenn Denning and other experts discuss challenges and potential solutions for achieving food security in a globalizing economy. 

As part of Dean Merit E. Janow’s tech and policy initiative at SIPA—funded in part by the Carnegie Corporation of New York City—three students spent their summers on the next frontier of public policy.

A panel discussion considers China, the Federal Reserve, and the future of monetary policymaking. 

The SIPA community welcomes Susan Storms as the new director of alumni affairs, a role in which she will oversee programming designed to build community and enhance the network of more than 20,000 SIPA alumni around the world...

Arun Jaitley, India’s minister for finance, will make keynote remarks when the Center celebrates its launch on October 5, 2015

Discussion considers American political response to deal, view from abroad, historical context, and more.

“We are still very clearly, very unambiguously in the post-crisis era,” says noted economics commentator.

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