This page features news and research related to topics about politics at Columbia University.

With Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton at the helm, the Institute of Global Politics will be based out of SIPA.

The Nobel laureate and Filipino-American journalist known for her pioneering efforts to protect media freedom will join the SIPA faculty in July 20

In his latest book, Bernard E. Harcourt outlines a plan for how people can work together and extend the ideals of participatory democracy.

Columbia hosted a panel discussion and reception to celebrate the release of the first transcripts from the groundbreaking oral history project.

The Senate finally approved the bipartisan debt limit bill, averting a debt default.

The first set of transcripts from the Obama Presidency Oral History will be released today.

A SIPA professor discusses how her experience growing up in a poor community in Japan fostered her interest in social welfare.

At a recent event, Columbia Law's Amal Clooney and Natia Navrouzov (LAW'23) discussed their quest for justice for the Yazidi community in Iraq.

Mailman School of Public Health students offered input on a policy proposal that is now the basis of the Smart Sentencing Adjustments Act.

President Obama (CC'83) urged journalists and historians to search for solutions in fighting disinformation and to work to strengthen U.S.

SIPA kicked off its Spotlight Interview series on April 3, with a wide range of issues including the state of U.S.

Her talk was part of a conference honoring the late Robert Jervis and his influence on the U.S. intelligence community.