Harvard Business Review
Fletcher's Bhaskar Chakravorti and Ravi Shankar Chaturvedi publish Harvard Business Review article exploring the role of tech in Africa's economic development.
The Irish Times
This article analyzes the October 30 Scientific American article by A&S mathematician Bruce Boghosian, who wrote about the Tufts-developed “affine wealth model."
Fletcher's Chris Miller explains what's at stake in the conflict between government and oligarchs in Ukraine, via his Foreign Policy column.
The Brussels Times
Professor of International Environmental Policy Emeritus William Moomaw recently gave a lecture about the European Union’s role in creating a sustainable future at the Brussels Diplomatic Academy.
Friedman's Will Masters is senior author of a study that found the EAT-Lancet diet for human and planetary health is unaffordable for 1.58 billion people, mostly in the developing world.
Fletcher's Jonathan Brookfield writes this piece about China's increasing willingness to take action against individuals and organizations for behavior that occurs outside China, and the importance of not allowing American citizens to be bullied by an authoritarian government.
Fletcher School professor Michael Glennon explains how Congress can respond to President Donald Trump’s troop withdrawal from Syria.
Fletcher's Bhaskar Chakravorti contrasts how the governments of India and Hong Kong tried to stifle turmoil by shutting down the Internet vs. supplying state-created content for social media.
Fletcher School assistant professor Josephine Wolff discusses the Zappos 2012 data breach settlement in this opinion piece calling the compensation package “an astonishing step backward in data breach settlements and a disheartening reminder of how easy it is for major companies to still walk away from data breaches with minimal consequences.”