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Yale University Art Gallery recently announced the completion of a yearlong reinstallation of a portion of the African art galleries. Breaking from a thematic arrangement of objects, the new displays now focus in on distinct African cultural zones, highlighting masterpieces from the collection...

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (third from left) and the leaders of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic and Slovenia in Vienna on March 16.

Speaking two weeks before the March 25-26 video conference of the European Council, the heads of state or government of the 27 member states of the European Union, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz levelled a strong critique of the EU’s system for distributing Covid vaccines among the member...

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen addressing the press after last Thursday’s European Council meeting.

With much of the European Union experiencing another surge in Covid infections, some member states experiencing exceptionally high rates of infection, significant shortfalls in deliveries of vaccine doses, and rates of vaccination that, although increasing, lag far behind those in the UK and U.S...

On March 25, the Yale University Conference on Japanese Soft Power in East Asia was held via Zoom. The conference was virtually hosted by the Yale University Council on East Asian Studies, sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan in Boston, and moderated by Yale Assistant Professor of...

“Eryngium foetidum (Prue)” a hand-colored lithograph by visual artist Joscelyn Gardner, tells a poignant story of a woman confronting oppression.

Prue, an enslaved woman, is depicted from the back. Her intricately braided hair entwines with an iron collar clasped around her neck. Spikes...