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On June 20 President Peter Salovey received an honorary degree for his pioneering scholarship on emotional intelligence from Vytautas Magnus University, a leading public...
Ursula von der Leyen and Christine Lagarde, nominated yesterday to be, respectively, president of the European Commission and president of the European Central Bank.
Yesterday, after a three-day marathon of long meetings and late-night bilateral discussions, the European Council, the heads of state or government of the 28 member states of...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron at last Thursday’s European Council meeting
On Thursday, the European Council, the heads of state or government of the 28 member states of the European Union, met over dinner, as they had on May 28 immediately after...
Johnson and Hunt at Tuesday's BBC debate.
On June 7, British Prime Minister Theresa May resigned as leader of the Conservative Party. Today, in the last of five votes conducted over the past week, the 313...
Emily Sigman, MF/MA '21, exploring Saint Petersburg's bustling fruit markets. Emily is spending the summer in Russia studying Advanced Russian with the Yale Summer Session, and conducting research on Saint Petersburg's unique, multicultural and perennial fruit markets. Behind Emily is a stand containing fruits from Central Asia. Her research aims in part to untangle the myriad ways both the fruits and the people selling them come to Saint Petersburg.
This summer, with support from the MacMillan Center and the Yale Global Food Fellowship, I am studying Russian and exploring one of Europe’s little-known gems: Saint...