Fletcher School professor Michael Glennon explains how Congress can respond to President Donald Trump’s troop withdrawal from Syria.
Fletcher School assistant professor Josephine Wolff discusses the Zappos 2012 data breach settlement in this opinion piece calling the compensation package “an astonishing step backward in data breach settlements and a disheartening reminder of how easy it is for major companies to still walk away from data breaches with minimal consequences.”
Fletcher's Bhaskar Chakravorti contrasts how the governments of India and Hong Kong tried to stifle turmoil by shutting down the Internet vs. supplying state-created content for social media.
Cummings School alumni are helping veterinary students gain critical clinical skills while helping animals in need around the globe
A&S biologist Genevieve Kozak led research that found insect species such as the European corn borer moth may be able to survive climate change because variation in two genes enable it to adapt to varying lengths of winter.
Fletcher's Sung-Yoon Lee writes this opinion piece on how Noth Korea uses a "mind trick stratagem" of psychological manipulation to complement its nuclear posturing, and how the U.S. should respond to this approach.
The Indian Express
Fletcher's Bhaskar Chakravorti writes this opinion piece outlining three ways by which India's millennials "are killing the economy."
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.