Nikkei Asian Review
In this opinion piece, Fletcher Dean Emeritus James Stavridis theorizes about a major war between the United States and China, analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of each side.
Fletcher’s Sulmaan Wasif Khan examines how China appears to have abandoned its “grand strategy” and what that means for international relations. Khan is the author of “Haunted by Chaos: China’s Grand Strategy From Mao Zedong to Xi Jinping.”
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal examines the implications of declaring the atrocities occurring Tigray to be genocide.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal writes this opinion piece about why he believes the African Union “must stand firm on Africa’s principles” against Ethiopia’s war in Tigray.
Fletcher’s Chris Miller joins Stanford University’s “Hoover Institution Podcast” to discuss how U.S. computer chip technologies in missile guidance systems gave the U.S. an edge during the Cold War.
Fletcher student Jared Miller discusses the response to the humanitarian crisis in northeast Nigeria stemming from the country’s conflict with the Boko Haram extremist Islamic sect.
Friedman graduate student Christopher Newton discusses why monitoring and early warning efforts can overlook situations that generate famine.
A&S sociologist Beth Packer co-authors this piece about why the Senegalese culture of discretion, or “sutura,” discourages sexual violence survivors from speaking out about their experiences.
In the wake of Facebook’s decision to uphold former President Donald Trump’s ban on the platform, Fletcher’s Bhaskar Chakravorti pens this opinion piece encouraging Facebook’s “Supreme Court” to examine the consequential social media conduct of “super influencers,” specifically Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.