Fletcher Dean Emeritus James Stavridis pens this opinion piece about Ukraine’s geopolitical importance as a linchpin between Russia, and the United States and Europe.
Antigua News Room
A&S historian Kris Manjapra will be a panelist at the CARICOM Reparations Commission symposium “Western Banking, Colonialism and Reparations” on October 10 in Antigua and Barbuda.
Friedman's Erum Khalid Sattar reviews the book "The Economy of Modern Sindh: Opportunities Lost and Lessons for the Future," by Ishrat Husain, Aijaz A. Qureshi and Nadeem Hussain.
Brookings Institution Blogs
A&S political scientist Michael Beckley participated in a Foreign Policy at Brookings and the Charles Koch Institute debate centered on U.S. alliances around the world.
Fletcher's Monica Duffy Toft discusses why she believes that the "U.S. has transformed itself into what many others view as a global bully."
Nikkei Asian Review
Fletcher Dean Emeritus James Stavridis pens this opinion piece discussing the global impact of ongoing efforts by China to revitalize and modernize its military.
Scientific American Blog Network
Fiorenzo Omenetto and David Kaplan discuss the scientific potential of silk in medical and technological applications.
Friedman’s Feinstein International Center, in partnership with Mercy Corps, has published “ The Currency of Connections,” a new report examining the formation of informal support groups in South Sudan as a means of coping with social and economic hardships associated with displacement.
Climate Home News
This article highlights a talk that Rachel Kyte, incoming dean of the Fletcher School, gave at a Climate Home News panel. Kyte is the outgoing UN secretary general's special representative for Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All), and CEO of SE4All.