Netta Barzilai’s victory helped eased, at least for now, some Israelis’ deep-seated fears of cultural boycott and isolation.
John Lewis Gaddis’s “On Grand Strategy” is a study of global thinking at the highest levels.
Several of the objects are included in a new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Ethiopians have campaigned for their return for 150 years.
The North Korean leader attended a concert by South Korean musicians in Pyongyang on Sunday. After watching one group perform, he called the event a “gift for Pyongyang citizens.”
Rijeka, Croatia, anointed a European capital of culture, wants to restore and showcase the rusting boat used by the Yugoslav leader, but far-right nationalists are outraged.
We recently discussed stagecraft and statecraft with the authors of past, current and coming plays.
Taryn Simon’s photographs — knowing, unsentimental and meticulously made — attend to the details of how power works.
It feels like the right time to reassert global consciousness in the universe of art. Even some of New York’s large and conservative museums have been thinking this.
Tensions over an attack on an army base have led to a cultural battle as India and Pakistan ban each other’s film stars and television shows.