Amy Myers Jaffe, of Fletcher’s Climate Policy Lab, pens this piece about the challenges facing global oil producing nations, such as Guyana, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
September 17 marked the 15th anniversary of the international Talloires Network of Engaged Universities, housed at Tisch College of Civic Life.
Fletcher’s Daniel Drezner shares key elements that could make Germany’s potential economic sanctions against Russia successful.
Wall Street Journal
Fletcher School assistant professor Sung-Yoon Lee co-authors this piece outlining why the U.S. must address South Korean President Moon Jae-in's suppression of freedom, instituted as part of his efforts to improve relations with North Korea.
The Wall Street Journal
Fletcher’s Sung-Yoon Lee co-authors this piece outlining why the U.S. must address South Korean President Moon Jae-in's suppression of freedom, instituted as part of his efforts to improve relations with North Korea.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal co-authors this article explaining the recent peace agreement and “bold experiment in democracy” orchestrated by Sudan’s transitional government in collaboration with rebel leaders.
The Armenian Mirror-Spectator
Art historian Christina Maranci (A&S), author of "The Art of Armenia: An Introduction," is quoted throughout this article examining how knowledge of Armenian art and culture has been hampered by Western art history institutions with a Euro-centric focus.
Fletcher student Elizabeth Vincent writes this piece outlining how Greenland, where natural resources are becoming more accessible due to climate change melting, can address the coming challenges of integrating immigrants who seek economic opportunities.
The Daily Star
Engineering's Shafiqul Islam discusses the importance of developing a reliable flood forecasting model in Bangladesh.