Fletcher’s Sung-Yoon Lee explains why North Korea’s recent long-range cruise missile test falls in line with a deliberate script its leadership has followed for years.
Timothy Wise, of the Global Development and Environment Institute, examines why the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) is failing Africa’s farmers. His 2020 research on the initiative’s progress in productivity, poverty reduction, and food security is also linked.
In a new documentary, Fletcher's Katrina Burgess explores how U.S. immigration policy affects migrants in Mexico.
Survey by Tufts-led team in a poor community in Brazil finds that economic uncertainty of the pandemic is top-most on residents’ minds
In this “Stories of our Times” podcast episode, Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte discusses the state of negotiations ahead of the upcoming COP26 UN climate change conference in Glasgow.
Fletcher student Lima Ahmad discusses the lack of diversity and inclusivity within the Taliban’s new government in Afghanistan.
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Erin Coughlan de Perez of Friedman’s Feinstein International Center discusses some of the challenges that global emergency managers face as disasters due to extreme weather become more frequent.
Fletcher’s Bhaskar Chakravorti outlines why Facebook’s ban on the Taliban and pro-Taliban content “may make a monumental failure of U.S. intelligence and nation-building even worse.”
Fletcher’s Arik Burakovsky examines COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Russia.