Benjamin Nathans’ new book will reexamine the Soviet dissident movement.
Destruction of mosques, churches and libraries should be evidence of genocide, researcher argues.
Scholars at NYU conference ask whether the EU will survive low growth, nationalism and the pressures of globalization.
Although nondiscrimination laws are on the books, researchers say that they go unenforced.
Research presented Tuesday at Columbia reveals patterns of dissent in Putin’s Russia.
Reagan didn’t bring down the USSR, Chris Miller says. Bureaucrats did.
Swiss Chocolaterie Cailler is bringing their signature pralines to New York in a one-week pop-up store.
But the renewed appeal of anti-immigration and protectionist policies does have Ralf Fücks worried.
NYU professor says the conservative nationalist party pits its supporters against immigrants and refugees.
And other lessons from the NYU conference on Referendums and Democratic Politics.