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Stopping cholera and saving lives

Medical Xpress
Engineering’s Daniele Lantagne discusses her work fighting the infectious disease cholera by focusing on effective strategies for water, sanitation, and hygiene.

Regime change rarely succeeds. When will the U.S. learn?

The Washington Post
In this opinion piece, Fletcher postdoctoral scholar Benjamin Denison examines how forcible regime change rarely achieves the goal of advancing U.S. interests. Denison is the author of “The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: The Failure of Regime-Change Operations.”

This Week Was About Two Silences: Deepika's and Modi's
Fletcher student Devang Shah authors this piece on the significance of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone’s responses to a recent attack on unarmed students and faculty at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in India.

Oil and Stocks Fluctuate After Iraq Airstrike

Fletcher School Professor of the Practice Rockford Weitz discusses the impact of Iran’s airstrike on U.S. military targets in Iraq on global oil flow. Weitz begins speaking around the 3:40 mark.