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Iran’s 1979 Revolution: 40 Years Onward

Written by Minahil Nawaz In February of 1979, the tide of Middle Eastern history turned forever as a theocracy headed by Ayatollah Khomeini was established in Iran. 40 years later, Iran remains a nation of interest […]

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Historical Amnesia: The Challenge of Memory and the Crisis in Venezuel ...

Written by Henry Ziemer It is all too easy to view modern international crises as unprecedented or unexpected outbreaks. Or, if an effort is made to trace the historical causes of a hot-button news item, the […]

2018 Closing Ceremony at the Yale Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows P ...

Written by Brandon Lu On December 6th, 2018 the Yale Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program held its closing ceremony, marking the end of the 2018 program for the sixteen World Fellows. The World Fellows Program, […]

Peace, But No Justice in Colombia

Written by Juanita Garcia Uribe On October 24th, Sergio Jaramillo Caro, the former High Commissioner for Peace in Colombia, spoke on the topic of “Peace and Justice: The Case of Colombia” at Henry R. Luce Auditorium. […]

Dr. Kee Park Presents on North Korean Health Systems at the Yale Schoo ...

On November 26th, Kee B. Park, MD, presented on the “Geopolitical Determinants of Health in the Democratic Republic of Korea” at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Kee Park is the Paul Farmer Global Health Surgery […]

Rafia Zakaria Discusses the Myth of Development Aid through Women̵ ...

On Thursday, November 8th, the Schell Center for International Human Rights hosted Rafia Zakaria to speak as part of their Human Rights Workshop series. Zakaria is an immigration lawyer, professor at the Civic and Global Leadership […]

Professor Christopher Andrew Delivers First of Three-Part Henry L. Sti ...

On Monday, November 5th, Christopher Andrew delivered the first of his three-part Henry L. Stimson Lecture series on the history of global intelligence. Andrew, a professor emeritus at Cambridge and the former official historian of MI5, […]

On Shaping China’s Food System: A Conversation with Wanqing Zhou

Earlier this month, the Yale-China Association and the Yale Sustainable Food Project (YSFP) co-hosted Wanqing Zhou for a conversation about China’s food industry, especially in regard to the relationship between the meat industry and climate change. […]

Yale Student Groups Hold Conversation on Refugee Rights and Policy

On Friday, October 12th, the Yale Globalist, an undergraduate magazine of international affairs, brought together a panel of speakers to discuss their experiences with refugee rights and policy in the United States. The event was held […]

Erendira Vanegas at “From Women’s Rights to Human Rights: ...

Image Caption: Erendira Vanegas spoke about much of her work with the New Haven-León Sister City Project at an event hosted by the Yale International Relations Association, touching upon key details about feminist history and social […]

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