As Donald Trump prepares to take office, it’s unclear what may lie ahead for the U.S. and Russia, says Russian history and culture expert Harlow Robinson. What is clear, though, is that the Trump era has already begun to change the face of the global landscape. According to Robinson, we could be entering “a very strange era.”
Russia this week played a leading role in the conversation about the U.S. presidential race, from its alleged role in hacking Democratic National Committee emails to Donald Trump’s comments that he hoped the country had successfully hacked Hillary Clinton’s email. We asked Ryan Maness, an expert in Russian foreign policy and international cyberconflict and security, to examine what this could mean for the dynamic between the two nations.
A team of students from the Northeastern University Economics Society was one of three finalists at the Fiscal Challenge, a competition that charges college students with devising plans to ensure the country’s fiscal future.
William Herbert, AMD’16, will soon embark on a 50-day, 17,000-mile cross-country adventure to capture the spirit of 21st-century America in prose and poetry.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday announced plans to “normalize relations” between the U.S. and Cuban governments. Here, associate professor Amílcar Antonio Barreto discusses what this will mean for the neighboring nations.
A new study conducted by Northeastern University in collaboration with the Urban Institute examined the comprehensive state of labor trafficking networks in the U.S.
Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked information about two highly classified surveillance programs in June, was granted one-year asylum by Russia on Thursday. The move defied […]
Political science students have contributed papers to the German government’s Think Transatlantic initiative, which encourages a renewed focus on U.S.-European relations.