September 5, 2019
Students in SIPA’s flagship MIA program can take the new offering Applied Geopolitics in spring 2020.
September 4, 2019
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
Developed by more than 30 experts in migration law, refugee law, migration politics and economics, the Model International Mobility Convention was created to define a more comprehensive and coherent set of regulations for the movement of people across borders.
September 4, 2019
CEEP will study environmental change and its consequences and promote policies to encourage sustainable development.
September 3, 2019
Petroleum Economist
Jason Bordoff says that government and industry need to work together to tackle climate change
August 30, 2019
The Washington Post
Founder of the Quincy Institute Stephen Wertheim wrote about the coverage Quincy receives as suggesting an immense appetite for its work and raising fair questions about its agenda.
August 30, 2019
Anya Schiffrin discusses how the major impact of fact-checking has not been the building of trust or the suppression of online content or what has been debunked and flagged, but rather, the impact on the profession of journalism.
August 30, 2019
The Nonprofit Collective Podcast
Maud Schmitt MPA-DP '19 talks us through emerging issues within social impact.
August 29, 2019
If President Trump wanted to readmit Russia to the G7, says Stephen Sestanovich, he would have to take seriously the reasons the nation was disinvited in 2014. "On this, as far as I can tell, the president is not actually trying to address the problem."
August 29, 2019
Chatham House
SIPA lecturer Christopher Sabatini has joined the Chatham House as senior fellow for its Latin America, U.S., and the Americas Program.
August 29, 2019
Jeffrey Sachs says President Trump is acting with impunity in destroying U.S. alliances and trading partnerships: "Congress must urgently reassert its constitutional powers before Trump's erratic behavior ruins the U.S.... and world economy.