BGU Expert Comments on U.S. Aid Cuts to EgyptCuts won’t influence human rights practices because Cairo sees itself at war with Islamic groups.
Turkey’s President: Friend or FoeAs the West ponders future relations with Turkey, BGU’s Prof. Dror Zeevi sees an open door for the EU.
What Mubarak’s Acquittal Means for EgyptBGU's Prof. Yoram Meital examines Egypt's dramatic changes and what they mean for the country's future.
When Revoking American Citizenship Is AcceptableIn his new book a BGU sociologist discusses the history of forced expatriation in the United States.
To Make Soccer More Fair, Make It More Like TennisNew BGU research shows that the ABAB order of soccer penalty shootouts gives one team an unfair advantage.
Is Helping a Friend or a Stranger Equally Important?BGU research shows that looking away from suffering may depend on how well you know the sufferer.
Smiling Just Might Age YouA BGU study reveals deadpan or surprised expressions could outrank smiles as an anti-aging trick.
Jonathan Ferziger Awarded Robert St. John ChairThe Bloomberg reporter was honored for objective journalism on the Middle East.
AABGU Honors the Memory of a Holocaust SurvivorRenowned BGU Shoah researcher is named the Aron Bernstein Chair in Jewish History.
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