A future conflict with China isn’t likely to resemble a traditional military clash. Rather, it will look like the scenario that’s already playing out — a global battle over technology and trade, which could presage a new “cold war.”
Richard Haass’s ambitious and valuable book “The World: A Brief Introduction” explains important concepts clearly and fairly and offers an excellent overview of global affairs.
This year, the 42nd annual Ambassadors Ball had to go virtual but its message still resonated, attracting a wide array of speakers and guests while raising over $300,000 to support research and treatment for those living with multiple sclerosis.
Only 5% to 7% of museums worldwide were open as of April 29, 2020, but one free, bright spot in art viewing, both nationally and internationally, was access to outdoor public art, with inherent social distancing, which increased as spring arrived.
The National Gallery of Art’s “Degas at the Opéra” is a spectacular experience for many reasons. It’s the first major show you’ll probably go to in a pandemic, for one. But it’s also a truly blockbuster exhibition.
Although the effects of climate change are a threat to everyone, experts say the ramifications will not be felt equally.
Change comes to Belarus, Afghans debate their future, the EU hopes to rise to new challenges, the UAE heads to space and local arts organizations adapt to the coronavirus pandemic.
Like many local arts organizations, GALA Hispanic Theatre is scrambling to find a financial way forward in these uncertain times, but this performing arts center that focuses on works by Latino artists was hit with a double whammy: Its co-founder and executive director, Rebecca Read Medrano, came down with coronavirus.
The pandemic has forced performing arts organizations to meet patrons where they are: at home.
Famed Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei launched the MASK project to raise funds for humanitarian and emergency relief groups amid the pandemic.
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