Liberia adopts Yale capstone recommendations for medical education reform

April 30, 2018

A collaboration between the Liberian government and a capstone course at Yale is helping to rebuild the West African country’s health system.

GHLI aims strengthen innovative health partnerships like Project Last Mile

April 30, 2018

A Yale partner, Project Last Mile uses The Coca-Cola Company’s logistic and marketing expertise to sustainably improve health systems across Africa.

Tuberculosis transmission revealed through genomic and spatial analysis

April 26, 2018

A YSPH researcher looked at the link between residents, migrants, and the transmission of tuberculosis in Songjiang, a district of Shanghai, China.

International student program bridges Yale and Singapore sister school

April 25, 2018

Three students from Yale-NUS College in Singapore share their experiences studying in New Haven thanks to the Yale Visiting International Student Program.

How the human rights movement failed

April 24, 2018

The growth of international human rights politics has accompanied the economic phenomena that have led to the rise of radical populism and nationalism today.

Middle East experts discuss U.S. action in Syria

April 23, 2018

Reporter Nancy Youssef, former ambassadors Robert Ford and Ryan Crocker, and Yale’s Emma Sky talked as part of the conference, “Amalna: Paving the Road Ahead.”

Yale conference will delve into contemporary Russian politics

April 23, 2018

Titled “Regime Evolution, Institutional Change, and Social Transformation in Russia: Lessons for Political Science,” the conference will be held April 27-28.

China uses ‘softer tools’ of repression, says Yale political scientist

April 20, 2018

Daniel Mattingly argues that the Chinese state relies more on peer pressure and social influence than the hard police power of other autocratic regimes.

Photographer Saskia Keeley to discuss Israeli-Palestinian conflict

April 20, 2018

Saskia Keeley, a renowned Swiss photographer, will visit Yale on Sunday, April 22 as a Poynter Fellow in Journalism.

The real “red line” behind Trump’s April 2018 Syria strikes

April 19, 2018

There is an obvious need for the U.S. to articulate its long-overdue legal justification for using military intervention for genuinely humanitarian purposes.