“Ninety-Nine Years of Genocide” Confronting a Tragic Past

Adolph Hitler reached a similar conclusion, “Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?”

SIPA Student’s Film Wins Worldwide Acclaim

Deepti Kakkar (MIA ’15) screens her award-winning movie about electricity theft in India to students at SIPA

Columbia Is My Home, Too

Student reflects on role of cultural and racial sensitivity in annual Follies comedy production

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Day at the UN: Marginalization and Inequalities Facing Youth

Panel discusses trends, implications and solutions for Youth Unemployment across the globe

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SIPA Student Runs for Congress

Graduating SIPA student Estakio Beltran to run for Congress in Washington State’s 4th Congressional District

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The Sunny Side of Sachs

Free Speech, Free Eats lunch hour with Jeff Sachs reminds students that “aid need not be about giving a warlord a shoebox of money”

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Visiting Professor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Teach 2014 PoP Course

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will return to Columbia to teach first-year Politics of Policymaking course

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“Made in SIPA” Venture to Improve School’s Brand

Student-created beer and underwear social enterprise intends to boost SIPA’s global reputation

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Internet Freedom in Morocco Two Years After the Arab Spring

SIPA student delegation visits Morocco Communication Minster, learns about internet freedom in Morocco post-Arab Spring

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Digital Activism: Blocked on Weibo, Encouraged at SIPA

While code language emerges online as a response to government-blocked words, censorship regulators are increasingly finding ways to decode that language. Future SIPA courses hope to explore digital media surveillance in today’s world

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Visiting Professor Harris Beider Deserves to Stay at SIPA

SIPA Students of Color, with the support of several other student groups, request an extension of Visiting Professor Harris Beider’s time at SIPA

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Columbia Salutes the Global Warming Police

Unfortunately, the more the climate’s ironic feedback loops thwart the climate alarmists, the more the alarmists rely instead upon the positive feedback loops of groupthink to defend their dire hypotheses.

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The Social Costs of Non-Renewable Energy

A look at the Visible impacts of the keystone XL extension on people and their communities.

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