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Andrew Novaković, who teaches agricultural economics at Cornell University, is quoted in this piece about milk prices and the economic struggles of farmers in New York's upstate.
Chris Barrett discusses his work in international food aid. The piece coincides with the introduction of the "Food Aid Modernization Act" in Congress.
Particle physicist and postdoctoral research associate Yangyang Cheng is the subject of this feature. Cheng lost her father, a science professor, when she was 10 and credits Stephen Hawking's work for helping to heal her wounds.
In this op-ed, professor of law and government Joe Margulies reflects on torture that occurred at a CIA black site overseen by Gina Haspel, now nominated to become director of the CIA.
“Tillerson’s ouster is a sign of continued turbulence in U.S. foreign policy,” says professor of government Jessica Chen Weiss. “A potential silver lining is that the State Department will fare better under someone who has Trump’s ear.”
Kate Bronfenbrenner, director of labor education research at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, says that without formal unionization, it could be difficult for a Instacart worker strike to be effective in raising pay rates.
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