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    Lovely explains how the trade war hurts Americans in CNN article

    "By now, it is likely no surprise to American families that tariffs raise the cost of living," writes Mary Lovely. "Walmart said last week that new import duties would lead to higher prices on a wide variety of consumer goods newly targeted by the latest promised round of tariffs." Lovely's article "The US-China trade war hurts American families" was published by CNN.

     

    Lovely speaks with AP, NPR, NY Times about the US-China trade war

    "It looks like there was a level of specificity that China wasn’t willing to accept and a level of ambiguity that the Trump administration wasn’t willing to accept," Mary Lovely told the New York Times. Lovely spoke to several media outlets about the latest in the US-China trade war.

     

    Lovely discusses US-China trade war with ABC News, Marketplace, WSJ

    "I think that if President Trump goes through and raises these tariffs and then China retaliates, there will be a lot more pain and no gain," Professor Mary Lovely told ABC News. She was interviewed by several media outlets regarding the latest in the US-China trade war.

     

    Lovely discusses US-China trade, tariffs on Bloomberg, CGTN

    Mary Lovely discussed the latest in the US-China trade war and the impact of tariffs on various jobs sectors with Bloomberg and China Global Television Network. "It’ll hit the pocketbooks of the working class hard," Lovely told Bloomberg about Trump's recent trade-war threat to increase tariffs.

     

    Art exhibit curated by Susan Wadley featured in Syracuse New Times

    The exhibit titled "From Gods to Social Justice," part of Syracuse University's Ray Smith Symposium, was featured in the Syracuse New Times article "Every Picture Tells A Story: ArtRage show explores heavy issues with painted scrolls from Indian folk artists." The artwork featured in the exhibit was curated by Susan S. Wadley, Ford-Maxwell Professor of South Asian Studies.

     
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