Friedman's William A. Masters and Ph.D. student Yan Bai co-author this piece on ways to ensure that nutritious food is available to all. Masters and Bai authored a study that found the EAT-Lancet diet for human and planetary health is unaffordable for 1.58 billion people globally.
A&S classical studies professor R. Bruce Hitchner writes that the best way for Bosnia to achieve political stability, security and prosperity is by closing the Office of the High Representative and entering into NATO membership.
Fletcher's Alex de Waal co-authors this piece on how the U.S. must provide economic support to Sudan and remove sanctions following the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir by the Sudanese people.
In this opinion piece, Fletcher School assistant professor of cybersecurity policy Josephine Wolff discusses why shutting down the Internet is a sign “that a government is panicked about how little control it has.”
The Washington Post
Fletcher's Josephine Wolff pens op-ed in The Washington Post on governments increasingly using internet blackouts as a tool for control.
The Tufts alum travels the globe photographing extreme sports and outdoor athletes
The Irish Times
This article analyzes the October 30 Scientific American article by A&S mathematician Bruce Boghosian, who wrote about the Tufts-developed “affine wealth model."
Harvard Business Review
Fletcher's Bhaskar Chakravorti and Ravi Shankar Chaturvedi publish Harvard Business Review article exploring the role of tech in Africa's economic development.
Fletcher's Chris Miller explains what's at stake in the conflict between government and oligarchs in Ukraine, via his Foreign Policy column.