Nikkei Asian Review
In this opinion piece, Fletcher Dean Emeritus James Stavridis discusses China’s aggressive strategy in the South China Sea.
The Diplomat Magazine
Fletcher student Mohit Saini co-authors this piece outlining concerns regarding privacy risks associated with India’s Aarogya Setu, a contact tracing app created to fight the spread of coronavirus.
Mulugeta Berhe, from Fletcher’s World Peace Foundation, examines the constitutional crisis surrounding the Ethiopian government’s postponement of its elections, noting that the “COVID-19 pandemic is the context for this but not the cause.”
ABC News Radio
Fletcher's Rockford Weitz discusses the delayed repatriation process for the more than 100,000 crew members who remain on cruise ships due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Friedman’s Feinstein Center is a member of the steering group for the collaborative SEADS Project, working to develop standards for supporting agricultural livelihoods in emergencies.
A&S anthropologist Amahl Bishara participates in this discussion on how Palestinians in the West Bank have been affected by COVID-19.
Fletcher student Armine Grigoryan is co-author of this piece examining the Azerbaijani-Karabakh conflict.
Ann Marie Gaul, postdoctoral scholar at the Center for the Humanities, chronicles the history of Egypt’s national dish, koshari, calling it “the perfect food for pantry cooking in an age of stay-at-home orders and two-hour supermarket queues.”
War on the Rocks
Fletcher student Polina Beliakova analyzes how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the current and future power of Russian President Vladimir Putin, suggesting that Putin “is only as strong as his current system allows.”