The case of Matthew Hedges, the British academic sentenced to life in prison who has since been pardoned, is not the first event to put NYU’s Emirati venture in an awkward position — and it won’t be the last.
The United States needs to remember that the current leader of our country projects a strong and at times dangerous influence in Nigeria.
Deputy Copy Chief Akshay Prabhushankar’s responds to columnist Jasem Alzaabi’s article on why the UAE should suppress free speech.
The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement for Palestinian human rights, otherwise known as BDS, refers to a movement launched by Palestinian civil society in...
The United Arab Emirates encourages students like myself to study abroad, not only to obtain knowledge that is unavailable within the country but also...
Brett Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court was far from the end of the #MeToo movement — just look at the recent push in India to hold sexual assaulters accountable.
A current NYU Tel Aviv ambassador discusses why equating the Israeli government with the actions of NYU Tel Aviv and its students is misguided.
In light of the tragedy of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s brutal murder at the hand of the Saudi Arabian government, the U.S. must end their support of the Saudis in the human rights catastrophe of the Yemen Crisis.
Why are the labels of "liberal" and "conservative" so unyielding? Read one writer's take on these seemingly arbitrary distinctions, supported by his experience as being considered liberal in his home country Turkey and conservative here at NYU.
Several countries require their citizens to serve in the military. NYU, as a university with a large population of international students, should implement military service incentives for these students.
The "NYU Fact Finding Mission to Israel and the Palestine Territories" isn't as innocuous as it seems — there's inherently an endorsement of unjust oppression.
It is our duty as a nation with free speech to pay attention to the violence against journalists occurring internationally.