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Paul Bracken is a professor of management and political science.

The article below written by Paul Bracken, professor of management and political science at Yale University, appeared in The Hill on  March 19:

The failed “denuclearization” summit held in Hanoi between the United States and North Korea took place just as a border flare up played out...

British House of Commons Speaker John Bercow ruling today that the House can’t vote a third time on the UK-EU withdrawal agreement.

The widespread view among the Brexit commentariat – and European Union officials – has been that, while everyone knows what the British Parliament doesn’t want, no one knows what it does want. After three days of voting in the House of Commons last week and less than two weeks until Mar. 29,...

Hannah-Rose Murray, Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Nottingham

The following podcast is featured on “Slavery and Its Legacies,” a series produced by the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at the MacMillan Center:

Dr. Hannah-Rose Murray talks with Thomas Thurston about her work tracing the travels of Frederick...

Top row, left to right: Danielle McLaughlin, David Chariandy, Ishion Hutchinson, Rebecca Solnit. Bottom row: Kwame Dawes, Patricia Cornelius, Raghu Karnad, Young Jean Lee.

Yale University today announced the 2019 recipients of the Windham-Campbell Prizes. The eight writers, honored for their literary achievement or promise, will receive $165,000 each to support their work.

This year’s prize recipients are: in fiction, ...

A panel of speakers discussed the political significance of Afghanistan’s archaeological heritage at an event entitled “Culture, Conservation and Meaning: The Politics of Heritage in Afghanistan” on March 5.

The event, hosted by the Council of Middle East Studies at the MacMillan Center,...