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Su-Mi Lee

Column by Su-Mi Lee: Global governance on COVID-19, united but divided

Associate Professor of Political Science Su-Mi Lee: Students who have studied theories of international relations would propose that it is power politics that weaken global governance. My response is a resounding yes! The greatest challenge global governance is facing is none other than power politics.

Norman Arnacon in sweet potato field.

Bruce Mathews responds to UHERO agricultural report: There are more things to consider than GDP

Dean of UH Hilo’s College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Natural Resource Management: Ultimately, revitalizing Hawaiʻi’s agriculture will depend on strong and productive relationships among farmers, consumers, agricultural scientists, and governmental and non-governmental agencies related to food production and distribution.