A&S religion professor Brian Hatcher examines modern India’s religious “enlightenment” through the figures of Rammohan Roy and Sahajanand Saraswati. Hatcher is the author of “Hinduism Before Reform.”
Fletcher CEME Fellow Kingsley Moghalu calls on Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari to meet the demands of protestors following the extrajudicial killings of Nigerian citizens by security authorities.
The New York Times
This article highlights A&S anthropologist Zarin P. Machanda's research into relationships among male chimpanzees as they age. Machanda is director of long-term research at the Kibale Chimpanzee Project in Uganda.
Fletcher’s Michael Beckley co-authors this article examining China’s threat to reestablish predominance in the Asia-Pacific region by attacking Taiwan and the United States’ role in maintaining Taiwan's security.
African Peace Magazine
Fletcher CEME Fellow Kingsley Moghalu co-authors this piece outlining the qualifications of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria’s former minister of finance, as the next leader of the World Trade Organization. Okonjo-Iweala is one of two finalists for the position.
Institute for Agricultural and Trade Policy
Timothy Wise, of the Global Development and Environment Institute, pens this update on the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa’s (AGRA) lack of transparency and accountability. Wise’s July report “False Promises: The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)” examined why the program is failing Africa’s farmers.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal dicusses why it would be a momentous step for Sudan--currently on the U.S. state sponsors of terror list--to recognize Israel.
Thomson Reuters Foundation News
Fletcher’s Amy Myers Jaffe and Ph.D. student Zdenka Myslikova are co-authors of this opinion piece calling for the need for global clean energy funding.