“Whatever the ICJ decides in the case, it is extremely significant that arguments have been made on an international stage that attacks upon cultural heritage are attacks upon a people. Assaults on heritage are not an extension of war or a privilege of sovereignty; they are acts of bigotry and hatred and must be understood as such.”
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“China’s growth momentum has taken a sharp hit from the combination of deleveraging, squeeze on property speculation, and energy shortages,” says Eswar Prasad, professor of economics and international trade policy.
“This is one of the hardest problems in machine learning,” says J. Nathan Matias, assistant professor of communication. “It’s also an area that so many companies and policy makers have just decided was going to be the solution—without understanding the problem.”
“In any media industry, the newest, coolest thing sees the highest uptake among younger generations,” says Brooke Erin Duffy, associate professor of communication. “We’re in a cultural moment where people just seem to be getting tired of the aspirational, performative culture of Instagram.”
“Workers are right to think the ball is in their court,” says Adam Seth Litwin, associate professor in the ILR School. “They need to take a really big bite of the apple right now, because whatever they get, they’re going to have it in their mouth for a long time.”
“This is something that started a couple of years back,” says Alex Colvin, dean of the ILR School, referring to a slight increase in labor actions. “But this current set of strikes definitely is larger than typical that we've seen over recent decades.”
“The Supreme Court is complicit in what Texas is doing here by having destabilized the law of abortion,” says Michael Dorf, professor of law.
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