January 21, 2020
State of the Planet
While the necessity of climate adaptation is increasingly obvious the urgency felt has receded write Steve Cohen.
January 21, 2020
Forbes
Jan Svejnar's co-authored paper posits that when billionaires accumulate wealth through the competitive marketplace it tends to spur growth for the overall economy.
January 20, 2020
New York Times
The influence campaigns of Russian-linked Twitter accounts in South America “are proxy elements to conquer the influence of the United States or the liberal democracies,” says Javier Lesaca Esquiroz
January 19, 2020
Trump has killed the Iran nuclear deal, and nobody can revive it
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action without U.S. sanctions relief and without Iranian nuclear concessions is meaningless states Richard Nephew.
January 17, 2020
Financial Times
"Facebook does not understand the marketplace of ideas." Joseph Stiglitz Anya Schiffrin argue that self-regulation of the internet and social media will not work.
January 17, 2020
Project Syndicate
The perception that President Trump has been good for the American economy is mistaken, writes Joseph Stiglitz.
January 16, 2020
SAGE
Maria Vicky Murillo's co-authored paper studies protests by agricultural export producers in times of high agricultural prices.
January 15, 2020
Chatham House
Come January 2021, what might America’s foreign policy look like under a new administration? Robert Jervis considers.
January 15, 2020
A team of SIPA students designs and implements an off-grid solar PV system with battery storage to help victims of Hurricane María.
January 14, 2020
Financial Times
Three months after free elections, Tunisia has yet to install a new government. Now the country's standing as a democratic exemplar is at risk, writes Safwan Masri.

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