June 22, 2020
Project Syndicate
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the risks of unhealthy diets and the extreme fragility of the global food system, writes Mauricio Cárdenas.
June 22, 2020
Georgetown Journal of International Affairs
The COVID-19 pandemic underscores both U.S.-China conflict and the increasing importance of soft power in the networked world, writes Fumiko Sasaki, creating opportunity for Asian nations otherwise caught in between the two.
June 16, 2020
World Politics Review
Will we look back on recent weeks as a turning point in American civil-military relations? Daniel E. White MPA '20 considers.
June 16, 2020
A pundits’ buzzword escapes most in reality.
June 16, 2020
“To know that my students took the time to nominate me—that’s what moved me the most,” says the senior lecturer, who was recently honored by University President Lee C. Bollinger.
June 12, 2020
Columbia Journalism Review
Anya Schiffrin examines a nonprofit that brings together scholars and journalists to give academic writing exposure before a general audience.
June 10, 2020
SIPA Lecturer Basil Smikle MPA '96 discusses recent proposals and the politics of adoption and implementation.
June 9, 2020
CNBC
“The most distinguishing characteristic is that this [downturn] is so much more pervasive,” says Joseph Stiglitz.
June 8, 2020
Project Syndicate
Governments around the world are responding forcefully to the COVID-19 crisis, observes Joseph Stiglitz, but these stimulus measures may not boost consumption and investment as much as policymakers hope.
June 8, 2020
UC Berkeley News
Researchers led by alumnus Solomon Hsiang PhD '11 found that health measures implemented in six major countries have “significantly and substantially slowed” the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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