James Gelvin offers five predictions of ways things are likely to get worse for peace in the region.
UCLA Library scholars worked with partners at St. Catherine’s Monastery and the Early Manuscripts Electronic Library on the five-year Sinai Palimpsests Project.
Vikash Singh was selected for the 2017 UCLA Global Citizens Fellowship and is using the $5,000 award and his medical technology background to turn an idea into action.
“Meleko Mokgosi: Bread, Butter and Power” opens Feb. 11, 2018 and runs through July 1.
UCLA professor Suk-Young Kim tells Zócalo about the suffering of the North Korean people and what she wishes President Trump knew about the country’s people.
A UCLA-led study finds that negative health effects are a powerful force to reduce consumption.
John Duncan reveals how he became interested in the countries, what he wants the president to understand about North Korea, and why he’s passed on opportunities to visit.
James Gelvin writes that based on recent developments, Saudi Arabian officials assume that they can no longer depend on their traditional security safeguards of oil and U.S. might.
International Education Week will showcase UCLA’s programs and resources available to students.
A new report by UCLA’s WORLD Policy Analysis Center examines all 193 countries that are members of the United Nations.
Experts at a Zócalo/UCLA discussion say armed conflict between the United States and Pyongyang isn't inevitable.
In pre-World War II Germany, sports clubs became a vehicle to spread Nazism.
The grant will enable scholars to pursue new research, develop state-of-the-art digital resources and forge international collaborations.
UCLA researchers have launched a project to design policies in countries where corruption and conflict are undercutting natural abundance. The project's first summit is this week at UCLA.
James Gelvin suggests volunteers are drawn to a value system that asserts aggressive machismo, disparages work, and sustains the impulse for immediate gratification.
UCLA researchers’ analysis of posts in a forum on the website Stormfront shows coping mechanisms that range from rejection to reinterpretation to acceptance.
UCLA history professor Joan Waugh, one of the nation's preeminent scholars on the Civil War, shares how the historic era and the Confederacy touched the state.
On International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, Ulia Gosart takes stock of how far indigenous people have come on the world stage and how far they have to go.
Scholars answer questions about how to realistically assess these risks in light of what we do or do not know.
Once the lingua franca of Mexico, Nahuatl was eventually overtaken by Spanish. Today, the Aztec language is spoken only by 1.5 million people in Mexico, many of whom live in the state of Veracruz on the western edge of the Gulf of Mexico.
Research shows that Americans favor citizenship for those already here, but worry about allowing more in.
Haroon Azar, a 2008 graduate of the UCLA School of Law, will lead the program as director and a senior fellow at the Burkle Center.
The election pits Emmanuel Macron, who only recently created a new political movement, and seasoned politician Marine Le Pen, who leads the nationalist — some have said xenophobic — Front National.
Finance professor Bhagwan Chowdhry says protectionist barriers won’t stop robots from taking U.S. jobs.
UCLA professor’s analysis of nearly 14 million tweets from the Arab Spring showed that normal people drive huge movements.