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Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson after their meeting in Dublin yesterday.

Last night, in a tumultuous scene as opposition MPs objected and sought to block his departure, John Bercow, the Speaker of the British House of Commons, led government MPs to the House of Lords for the prorogation ceremony that terminated the parliamentary session that began after the June 2017...

Three Yale faculty members have been awarded book prizes by the Whitney and Betty MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale.

Two faculty members received the Gustav Ranis International Book Prize for best book: Edyta Bojanowska, Professor of Slavic Languages and...

Peter Tran, Yale College Class of 2022

This summer I arrived in the land of my ancestors for the first time. After hearing about Vietnam for the past eighteen years, I have had the chance to experience her for myself. What better way to experience a country than through cultural immersion? Thanks to a fellowship from the Council on...

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Thousands of years before humans began burning fossil fuels, they had indelibly altered the natural world through foraging, herding animals, and farming, according to a new study by an international consortium of archaeologists.

The study, published Aug. 30 in the journal Science,...

In July 1944, 730 delegates from 44 Allied nations gathered at the Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, to create a framework for the postwar international monetary and financial order. (© stock.adobe.com)

In July 1944, representatives of the 44 Allied nations gathered at a resort hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire to plan the post-war international monetary and financial order.

The resulting Bretton Woods Agreements replaced the international gold standard — the prevailing system of...