For a half century, Kenneth T. Jackson has been a beloved teacher, public historian and author renowned for his encyclopedic knowledge of New York City and lifelong scholarship on American urban history and suburbanization.
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Law Professor Anu Bradford and University of Chicago Law School Professor Adam Chilton have released the world’s most comprehensive collection of competition laws and enforcement practices to date to help assess the economic impact of these laws across borders.
Timothy Frye, Marshall D. Shulman Professor of Post-Soviet Foreign Policy
Kimberly Marten, Professor and Department Chair of Political Science, Barnard College
Gregory Wawro, Professor of Department Chair of Political Science, Columbia University
Robert Shapiro, Wallace S. Sayre Professor of Government and Professor of International and Public Affairs
As Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's returns to D.C., David L. Phillips, Director of Peace-Building and Human Rights Program, opines on President Donald Trump, Turkey, Syria and the reshuffling of geopolitical power in the Middle East.
"Trump’s acquiescence to Erdogan is disgraceful. Erdogan is a war-monger and despot. He should be in handcuffs, not the White House."
Newsday, November 12, 2019
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The pronunciations heard during the impeachment inquiry left some bewildered and others baffled. Get them right from our experts Irina Reyfman, the chair of the Slavic languages department, and Yuri Shevchuk, lecturer of Ukrainian language.
The New York Times, Nov. 13, 2019
Timothy Frye also published an op-ed where he presented findings from a survey conducted during peaceful protests in Moscow this past summer. Paradoxically, the results suggested that protesters were more trusting of the government when allowed to protest.
Washington Post, Oct. 4, 2019
Investigative journalist Anne Nelson says "Mike Pence’s career now hangs in the balance, and much will depend on how closely he’s tied to Trump’s actions — even if Trump is only impeached and not convicted."
Salon.com, Oct. 25, 2019
Para María Victoria Murillo, directora del Instituto de Estudios Latinoamericanos (ILAS) de Columbia University, ahora hay 'competencias electorales muchísimo más competitivas' y 'un descontento más creciente del electorado con las opciones políticas.'
Diario Libre, Sept. 27, 2019