Jan 7, 2024
A WIRED investigation into leaked documents from the White House proves there exists a surveillance mechanism that the U.S. police use to track personal phone data.
Fairbanks, Alaska witnessed a vibrant shade of pink and green painting the night sky, creating a "watermelon aurora" captured by Vincent Ledvina.
After 2 weeks of events and negotiations, COP28 concluded on Dec. 12, 2023. Here are its key takeaways.
Oil spills are a frequent occurrence worldwide, with massive environmental setbacks. This article will explore three recently documented spills from the past month alone.
The fast fashion giant and the Southeast Asian bank strike a deal to support sustainability actions across different divisions of the industry.
The polarizing former US Secretary of State passed away on Nov. 29 in his Connecticut home.
Amid legal challenges and falling popularity among Conservative Party MPs, the Rwanda Asylum Bill has been resubmitted to the UK House of Commons.
The International Court of Justice has issued a statement that Azerbaijan must let the ethnically-Armenian displaced civilians of Nagorno-Karabakh back into their home region, despite its official status as Azerbaijani territory.
COP28 commences on Nov. 30 in Dubai. Here’s what you need to know about the event and NYU Abu Dhabi’s involvement.
Likened to familiarly animated far-right leaders such as Trump and Bolsonaro, the new Argentinian president was elected on Nov. 19.
The historic strike of the labor union of the entertainment industry, SAG-AFTRA, and the writers guild, WGA, ends with a tentative deal.
Mahsa Amini has been awarded the European Union’s Sakharov Prize, while the Nobel Peace Prize and Sydney Peace Prize have gone to Narges Mohammadi and Nazanin Boniadi respectively.
“We have never been to Afghanistan… We would be strangers to the people and they would be unknown to us. We do not have a house to live in our native village.” Rizwan Khan, 25, told Reuters.
Since this year’s G20 Summit invites read the ‘President of Bharat’, there has been debate regarding a possible renaming of India. This piece reports on the political context, diplomacy, and implications of the Indian government using ‘Bharat’.
Starting January 2025, students will be able to embark in a one-year joint MBA journey, taking place in both Abu Dhabi and New York, and receive a dual degree from both NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Stern.