The renowned scientist discussed her 60 years of chimpanzee research and conservation efforts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series
A defense expert highlights the radical changes in warfare that have occurred in the decade since the U.S. killed the al Qaeda leader
TUSM’s Ramnath Subbaraman and his coauthors outline why India should consider a nationwide shelter-at-home recommendation to address its dire COVID-19 crisis, and suggest how to implement one in a way that minimizes suffering.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte coauthors this piece about the combination of sexual violence and famine as tools of war in Ethiopia’s Tigray region and calling for swifter action by the United Nations to address these crimes.
Public Radio of Armenia
Tufts Art Galleries will host an exhibition of Armenian liturgical textiles in “Connecting Threads / Survivor Objects,” which was developed by students in the spring seminar "The Threads of Survival" and organized by A&S art historian Christina Maranci and project manager Chiara Pidatella.
Fletcher’s Rockford Weitz discusses how America can bolster its geopolitical influence in the Arctic region in response to Russia’s expanding interest in the area.
Bhaskar Chakravorti states that India is a cautionary tale of the unintended consequences of tech policy that fails to look ahead and anticipate its repercussions, via his op-ed in Foreign Policy.
World Politics Review
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal writes about the use of starvation tactics as a devastating “weapon of war” in the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region.
Το Βήμα | The Step
A&S Max and Herta Neubauer Professor of Economics Yannis Ioannides shares insights into Greece’s economic future post-pandemic.