December 9, 2021
SIPA hosts discussion of previously secret financial documents with Gerard Ryle and Joseph Stiglitz
December 8, 2021
Military Times
“Irregular warfare is not the panacea, but it is perhaps the best opportunity space to shape adversary decision calculus in ways that other military tools cannot,” Lt. Col. Steve Ferenzi MIA '15 cowrites on deterrence in the gray zone.
December 8, 2021
Columbia Journalism Review
Anya Schiffrin writes that many European officials consider the Digital Services Act to be a “game changer” when it comes to combatting online mis/disinformation, and it could pave the way for higher global standards for comprehensive online regulations.
December 7, 2021
Time
Climeworks is selling captured carbon dioxide this holiday season, which Julio Friedmann sees as a valid, verified way for people to undo the damage caused by their carbon emissions.
December 3, 2021
Project Syndicate
Jeffrey Sachs writes on how the two-tiered global financial system poses an obstacle in front of the low- and lower-middle-income countries pursuing their development goals and doing their part in tackling problems like climate change.
December 3, 2021
The Washington Post
“EPA methane data is meticulously curated but inaccurate,” Robert Kleinberg of Columbia's Center on Global Energy Policy joins the discussion as the House Science Committee says information will help the U.S. meet its Global Methane Pledge.
December 2, 2021
NBC News Think
“The Covid misinformation and disinformation campaign from the GOP should not be ignored as being a reason why the variant could spread in the U.S.,” Lincoln Mitchell writes.
December 2, 2021
Real Simple
Shang-Jin Wei says that food prices are rising because of food supply chain disruptions, monetary policy, and high Chinese tariffs.
December 1, 2021
General John W. Raymond of the U.S. Space Force keynoted the annual NY Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge at SIPA.
December 1, 2021
The New York Times
Daniel Osgood of the International Research Institute for Climate & Society comments on the humanitarian crisis in Madagascar caused by low rainfall and what that drought means for the people.

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