Thanks to funding from the Scheidt Family Foundation, Eva Branson, a Class of 2018 history major in the Special Academic Program for Human Rights, traveled to Kigali, Rwanda, to work with the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide.

I’m currently in the middle of my third week in Kigali and in shock at how fast time flies! My time in the ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’ has been truly amazing. I am currently working as an intern in the Research and Documentation Center...

Pericles Lewis, currently the founding president of Yale-NUS College, will assume the combined role of vice president for global strategy and deputy provost for international affairs in the fall of 2017, President Peter Salovey and Provost Ben Polak announced. Lewis will take up the new position at the conclusion of his five-year term in his current post.

This key post within the University Cabinet has been vacant since Linda Lorimer’s retirement in the spring of last year. Lewis’...

David Cameron

Momentous. Seismic. Historic. The British vote to leave the European Union was all that and more. For the supporters of the Remain campaign and many in the EU, it is a catastrophic defeat, one that will prove to be immensely costly in a variety of ways to the UK and the EU. For supporters of the Leave campaign and euroskeptics throughout the EU, on the other hand, it is a great victory of democracy, one that will enable the British people, through their parliament, to reclaim the sovereignty...

Joe Gladstone

Joe’s research focuses on understanding consumer financial decision-making by analyzing large-scale transaction and personality data. This work involves partnering with banks, government departments and other financial institutions. Prior to his PhD, Joe graduated first in his class with degrees from Oxford and Cambridge Universities. He has been awarded a number of grants and prizes, including from the Economic and Social Research Council and the Leverhulme Trust. Joe’s views on consumer...

Ian Shapiro

Ian Shapiro, Sterling Professor of Political Science and Henry R. Luce Director of the MacMillan Center, grew up in South Africa during the apartheid era.  He recalls that people there could easily list the regime’s injustices, but often struggled to describe a just alternative.

This observation — people know what they oppose better than what they favor — informs Shapiro’s argument in his latest book, “Politics Against Domination.” He makes the case that resisting domination should be...