Fletcher’s Alex de Waal examines the long-time border dispute between Ethiopia and Sudan, currently focused on the area known as al-Fashaga.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal examines evidence that Eritrean troops are committing war crimes in the Ethiopian region of Tigray.
A&S art historian Christina Maranci pens this piece about medieval Armenian monuments that are at risk of being destroyed in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
A&S professor Bruce Hitchner writes this piece on why the international community should address "the question of how to set the governance of Bosnia on a course to greater efficiency, accountability, and effectiveness."
A&S art historian Christina Maranci discusses the significance of some of the medieval Armenian monuments that are at risk of being destroyed.
The National Interest
In this blog post, Fletcher’s Monica Duffy Toft examines why it may be time for the United States to withdraw military troops from Afghanistan and suggests alternative measures to deal with a Taliban-led Afghan government.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal examines how the Tigray crisis in Ethiopia is “challenging the foundational principles of the African Union.”
James Borton, non-resident fellow of Fletcher's Science Diplomacy Center, discusses how Vietnam's effective COVID-19 response will impact its economic recovery.
Fletcher's Alex de Waal writes this op-ed on the importance of preventing further conflict in Ethiopia based on historical precedent.