Yale experts have published opinion pieces and have been interviewed to share their views on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. They include:
Four Yale Law School faculty members offered initial analysis of the war in Ukraine, presenting perspectives on international law, security, foreign policy, and human rights as the war began to unfold:
- Oona Hathaway and Scott Shapiro on International Order
- Harold Hongju Koh on How the Alliance Should Respond
- Samuel Moyn on What History Tells Us About the Long-term Implications of War
Learn more by visiting the Yale Law website.
In February 26th inteview business and defense strategy expert Paul Bracken, Professor Emeritus of Management at Yale, discusses risks corporate leaders should consider as the Russian invasion and resulting sanctions unfold. Read the full story by visiting the Yale Insights website.
On the 27th episode of the ‘Yale Talk’ podcast President Peter Salovey was joined by professors Jim Levinsohn and Tim Snyder to discuss the crisis in Ukraine, international response to Putin’s war of aggression, and teaching students about global affairs during this grave time. Learn more and listen to the recording by visiting the President’s website.
A commentary piece published March 16 in Fortune by Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Lester Crown Professor in the Practice of Management and Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Studies at the Yale School of Management, discusses what has become a widely shared list of U.S. companies leaving and staying in Russia is holding business leaders accountable. Read the article at the Fortune website.