Benjamin Nathans’ new book will reexamine the Soviet dissident movement.
Destruction of mosques, churches and libraries should be evidence of genocide, researcher argues.
There are many ways the populist party can overcome its current troubles.
Scholars at NYU conference ask whether the EU will survive low growth, nationalism and the pressures of globalization.
Behind the malaise, witness the slow death of a European ideal.
Now in its third year, the ESC explored policy alternatives from the “human perspective.”
Vladimir Putin exploits the Russian far-right, not the other way around.
In his latest novel, Fabio Canino imagines a country set aside for minorities still stifled in his native Italy.
Although nondiscrimination laws are on the books, researchers say that they go unenforced.
Tango made it all the way to Ukraine in the 1920s and 30s—and all the way uptown last weekend.