Fletcher graduate student Arun Mohan Sukumar writes this piece examining why Indian policymakers must be aware of the concerns posed by DNS-over-HTTPS browsing, currently used by the Mozilla Corporation's Firefox browser in the U.S.
A&S professor R. Bruce Hitchner outlines why "it is time for the US to push the re-set button on its current policy in the Western Balkans."
Fletcher Dean Emeritus Admiral James Stavridis explores the geopolitical dangers and relationship-building opportunity of the India/China border conflict, via his Bloomberg Opinion column.
War on the Rocks
Fletcher fellow Benjamin Denison publishes article in War on the Rocks arguing against the use of covert regime change operations.
The Wall Street Journal
Fletcher Ph.D. candidate Frances Tilney Burke shares her response to Trump's latest sanctions against China, in a co-published op-ed for The Wall Street Journal.
Nikkei Asian Review
In this opinion piece, Fletcher Dean Emeritus James Stavridis discusses China’s aggressive strategy in the South China Sea.
The Diplomat Magazine
Fletcher student Mohit Saini co-authors this piece outlining concerns regarding privacy risks associated with India’s Aarogya Setu, a contact tracing app created to fight the spread of coronavirus.
Mulugeta Berhe, from Fletcher’s World Peace Foundation, examines the constitutional crisis surrounding the Ethiopian government’s postponement of its elections, noting that the “COVID-19 pandemic is the context for this but not the cause.”
ABC News Radio
Fletcher's Rockford Weitz discusses the delayed repatriation process for the more than 100,000 crew members who remain on cruise ships due to the coronavirus pandemic.