In Brief is a Columbia News series featuring faculty members' short op-ed pieces on current topics related to their academic research.
Columbia faculty reflect on the promises and perils of artificial intelligence and how it will shape the future.
To mark this somber anniversary, SIPA asked some of their leading experts to weigh in on the ensuing war, what lies ahead, and the impact of the co
How did the political situation in Peru escalate to violence? A political scientist unpacks why the country is in turmoil today.
To commemorate World AIDS Day, a School of Social Work professor reflects on her HIV/AIDS research with vulnerable groups in Central Asia.
Does it always come down to “the economy, stupid,” or will other factors be as important to voters in this midterm election?
Queen Elizabeth's funeral marked the end of the longest reigning monarch in British history.
As the decision of the Fed to raise interest rates captured news headlines today, it is crucial to ask if it has taken on too much responsibility.
As we await the Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, here’s something to think about.
As Russia continues to amass troops along Ukraine's border, the regional situation looks increasingly perilous.
For years, Putin has been trying to convince the world that Russia is justified in invading Ukraine. Can he succeed?
There's been much progress in HIV/AIDS treatment, but it's important to remember the fear as well as solidarity the was experienced in the 1980s.
In a complementary measure, landfills should also be outfitted with facilities to monitor and control existing methane emissions.