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The Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (REEES) of the European Studies Council held its Annual Conference in Russian Studies at Yale, titled “The Russian Corporation,” on Friday February 22 and Saturday February 23.

The two-day conference consisted of six panel...

Edyta Bojanowska

Russian novelist Ivan Goncharov is best known today for his 1859 novel “Oblomov,” an inventive satire of the waning Russian nobility, embodied in its title character, who is so sedentary and slothful that “Oblomovism” is still synonymous with “laziness.”

Goncharov’s portrayal of his...

Pericles Lewis (second from right) visits with students and instructors at the African Leadership Academy in Johannesburg, South Africa.

While traveling in Africa over spring break, Pericles Lewis, vice president for global strategy and deputy provost for international affairs, visited the African Leadership Academy (ALA) campus in Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Co-founded in 2004 by Yale alumnus Chris Bradford ’00, ALA is...

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council President Donald Tusk at their press conference after yesterday’s European Council meeting

Last week, after the British House of Commons rejected for a second time the withdrawal agreement and framework for the future relationship negotiated with the European Union and also rejected leaving the EU without a deal, it approved a motion put forward by Prime Minister Theresa May that if...

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...