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Welcome back, everyone, and to our J-term students, welcome to SIPA! I hope the winter break provided you all an opportunity to relax with family and friends. As we resume classes this week, I hope that you share my excitement for 2024.
As part of the campus-wide Dialogue Across Difference initiative to build our community and reinvest in our values, SIPA will be hosting its own robust series of events and programming this spring.
Mauricio Cárdenas writes about the importance of finding a way to reduce our reliance on critical minerals for the success of the energy transition.
Isabella Crispino MIA ’24 wrote that uncovered evidence suggests that the Adriana sank as a direct result of attempts to tow the vessel by the coast guard.
Timothy Naftali talks about the origins of impeachment and how it was historically used as a tool “to remove people before the next election because keeping them in power is a danger to the state.”
Professor Shang-Jin Wei said the People’s Bank should heed the lesson of Mario Draghi and do “whatever it takes” to prevent a deflation psychology from taking hold.
Glenn Denning spoke about his research into food security, and how he can use it “to save the planet and feed everyone.”
Anne-Sophie Corbeau said that with an 83.5% storage filling rate as of Jan. 8, European storage levels are very close to the maximum level observed over the past 10 years.
Shubhi Arora MPA-ESP ’24 speaks about her experience taking Columbia University’s MPA in Environmental Science and Policy Program (MPA-ESP), through which she is gaining the skills needed to help pursue a career in sustainable finance with a focus on funding the clean energy transition.
In a course co-taught by Professor Hillary Clinton and Columbia SIPA dean Keren Yarhi-Milo, students learn how global leaders make world-changing decisions.