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Hannah Dreier

The Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies at the MacMillan Center and the Poynter Fellow in Journalism hosted a conversation with Hannah Dreier on “Reporting in the Era of Fake News in Venezuela and the U.S.” on February 21. Currently a reporter at ProPublica, Dreier has previously...

Ira Katznelson, a political scientist and historian noted for his research on the liberal state, inequality, social knowledge, and institutions, will give a series of three lectures this month on “Exigencies: From Impermanent Emergencies to Enduring Exceptions” for the Henry L. Stimson Lectures...

The following article written by Jose Davila IV appeared in the Feb. 20 Yale Daily News:

On Tuesday night, the smells of ful mudammas, znoud el sett, mantu and sambosa...

Visitors to the Yale and the World website can quickly get a sense of the scope of Yale’s international involvement and the variety of projects, initiatives, and experiences undertaken by students, faculty, and alumni by clicking on the...

British House of Commons debating next steps in Brexit process, Feb. 14, 2019.

Last Thursday, British Prime Minister Theresa May suffered another Brexit defeat in the House of Commons when it rejected, by a vote of 258 in favor and 303 against, a motion that the House welcomed her statement two days earlier. The statement had reported on the government’s ongoing work to...