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A new study by researchers at the Yale School of the Environment (YSE) focuses on infrastructure in India and South Africa to find that infrastructure inequalities are ingrained in the urbanization process. Growing up in Delhi, India, Bhartendu Pandey ’21 PhD walked mil...
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In a recent interview Yale School of Management's Barry Nalebuff, an expert on game theory and negotiation, discusses what it will take to find common ground and bring the war in Ukraine to an end, whether the conflict could escalate to a nuclear exchange, and how the war ...
Nonprofits are stretched delivering services to vulnerable, underserved populations in the best of times. What do they do when they find themselves operating in a war zone where a quarter of the population is displaced? A recent interview published in Yale Insights focused on ...
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Each year, the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program accepts applications from faculty and post-docs (U.S. citizens only) who are interested in doing research and/or teaching abroad. This opportunity provides valuable professional experiences to scholars while enabling them to partic...
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A small delegation from the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale traveled to India in March 2022. Stops on their visit included Yale Inclusion Economics' India Centre which is hosted at IFMR, the sponsoring body of Krea University, and a visit to Kre...
Yale University on March 29 announced the eight recipients of the 2022 Windham-Campbell Prizes in the tenth anniversary since the award’s inception. The awards will be conferred in person during an annual international literary festival at Yale, planned for...
2022 World Fellows
Yale’s Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program has named its 2022 class of World Fellows. These 16 individuals include global leaders working in government, the environment, technology, journalism, international development, and the arts — from China to Uruguay,...
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In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Humanity Dialogues is a series of events that reflect on contingency as existence and address art and politics critically intertwined within societies at war. The series is organized and supported by the Russian, East Europe...
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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 immediately suspend its military operations in the territory of Ukraine. The Court’s...
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Daniel Esty, Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy at Yale, discusses a recent report by the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and its stark analysis of the effects of climate change. The report, 'Climate Change 2022: Impacts,...

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