In hosting #WorldAfterCorona, Dean Najam learned many things. Most importantly, he learned there is no “going back to normal.”
Professor Selin explains how U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement will affect prospects for avoiding the worst effects of global warming.
Prof. Longman explores the arrest of MRCD chairman aul Rusesabagina and why many observers find it suspicious.
Prof. Henrik Selin published an Op-Ed examining whether the Paris Agreement on climate change can succeed without the United States.
Prof. Henrik Selin co-wrote an Op-Ed examining carbon emissions from the cargo ships used in international shipping.
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher published an Op-Ed on the tariffs President Donald Trump will impose on imports from the nation’s best customers.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik examined whether whether Indonesia’s tradition of religious tolerance and pluralism is safe from extremism.
Prof. Henrik Selin discusses whether U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Accord has created a vacuum for Europe and China to fill.
Prof. Henrik Selin discusses the executive order from U.S. President Donald Trump that is expected to shake up federal climate change rules.
Amb. Vesko Garčević discusses the history of Russian interference in democratic processes outside of the United States.
Prof. Henrik Selin and Dean Adil Najam discuss the danger of undoing the progress made during the Paris climate talks in The Conversation.
Professor Henrik Selin and Dean Adil Najam discuss what the upcoming Marrakesh climate talks need to achieve.
Dean Adil Najam discusses how America’s Nobel success is the story of immigrants.
Professor Henrik Selinand Dean Adil Najam run down the good, bad, and the ugly of the 2015 UN Climate Conference agreement.
Pardee School Professor Henrik Selin said that one of the biggest questions for the December Paris climate talks was money.
Pardee School Lecturer James C. “Jim” Wallace said that the niqab became a hot-button issue in the recent Canadian parliamentary election.
Henrik Selin is unimpressed by the United Nation’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); there are too many of them, with too little focus.
Is the global climate on its third strike? Pardee School Professor Henrik Selin has the answers.
Igor Lukes reminds us that we should not expect too many untarnished heroes.