Fletcher’s Josephine Wolff writes this piece about Russia’s efforts to create its own domestic internet system.
The National Interest
Fletcher’s Arik Burakovsky outlines why retiring German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s policy toward Russia will likely continue in the post-Merkel era.
Fletcher’s Bhaskar Chakravorti discusses the latest data from Fletcher’s Digital Intelligence Index (DII), which examines the digital competitiveness and economic resilience of 90 countries.
Fletcher professor emeritus Hurst Hannum discusses issues related to human rights in this wide-ranging interview. Hannum is the author of “Rescuing Human Rights: A Radically Moderate Approach.”
To mark Nelson Mandela International Day (June 18), Friedman’s William Masters and Anna Herforth discuss findings from their global Food Prices for Nutrition project.
Foreign Policy Research Institute
Fletcher’s Josephine Wolff writes this analysis examining Russia’s cyber capabilities and tactics over the past decade.
Director of the Institute for Global Leadership Abiodun Williams pens this letter to the editor highlighting efforts by the United Nations to understand and combat climate change.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal traces the military life of General Tsadkan Gebretensae, commander of the Tigrayan forces that are rebelling against the Ethiopian government.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal discusses Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s options for carrying out his “humanitarian ceasefire,” saying that if international aid is not allowed into the starving Tigray region, the country faces national disintegration.