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Peter Salovey, Jim Levinsohn, and Tim Snyder
March 23, 2022
Professors Jim Levinsohn and Tim Snyder discuss with President Salovey the crisis in Ukraine, international response to Putin’s war of aggression, and teaching students...
March 16, 2022
On March 16, by a vote of 13–2, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague issued a landmark ruling ordering the Russian Federation and its paramilitary forces to...
Philip Gorski
March 15, 2022
The January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol was a hodgepodge of conflicting symbols. The protestors erected a large wooden cross and gallows. Some waved Rebel battle flags...
March 14, 2022
  The latest installment of an ongoing interview series with contributing editor Mark Bauerlein. F. Bruce Gordon joins the podcast to discuss his book...
March 11, 2022
These books—memoir, fiction, and nonfiction—offer a glimpse into a century of historical context in Eastern Europe. By Marci Shore Kyiv is burning. I am struggling to...
Locals express their support for Ukraine at a rally in Southport, Conn. Photo by Ulyana Yosypiv
March 11, 2022
There is broad support in the U.S. for Ukraine and global outcry over Putin’s increasingly hostile attacks on civilians. This hour, hear more about the geopolitical backdrop...
March 10, 2022
Dear Members of the Yale Community, Over the past two weeks, I have watched with horror the unfolding humanitarian catastrophe in Ukraine. The callous disregard for human...