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The ICC charged Israeli officials with starving Gaza. What happens now?

Washington Post
Fletcher’s Tom Dannenbaum explains how the International Criminal Court will try to build a “wall of evidence” in its case charging Israel’s top officials with starvation crimes in Gaza noting, “The challenge in evaluating any individual attack is assessing what was targeted, what information was known and what consequences were expected.” 

How to Start a War Over Taiwan

New Yorker
This article on Taiwan draws extensively from Fletcher Associate Professor Sulmaan Wasif Khan’s new The Struggle for Taiwan: A History of America, China, and the Island Caught Between, described as a “rich and thoughtful book.”

The New CEO Trapped in the U.S.-China Chip Battle

Wall Street Journal
Fletcher’s Chris Miller comments in this article about chip-making company ASML, saying it ”is in a position it doesn’t want to be in, which is at the center of the technology race between China and the West.”

How the pandemic gave power to superbugs

TUSM Dean, Tufts Medicine Chief Academic Officer, and Tufts Medical Center Infectious Disease Physician Helen Boucher comments on likely reasons why antibiotic overuse was widespread early in the Covid pandemic.