Fletcher’s Bhaskar Chakravorti outlines why Facebook’s ban on the Taliban and pro-Taliban content “may make a monumental failure of U.S. intelligence and nation-building even worse.”
Fletcher’s Arik Burakovsky examines COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Russia.
This piece examines Fletcher CEME Fellow and alumnus Kingsley Moghalu’s chances of being elected president of Nigeria in the country’s 2023 election.
Nikkei Asian Review
Fletcher Dean Emeritus James Stavridis pens this opinion piece examining the role of other global nations in Afghanistan now that the United States has withdrawn its presence.
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal joins the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ “Reset the Table” podcast to discuss Ethiopia’s current humanitarian crisis and famine.
The Christian Science Monitor
Fletcher’s Daniel Drezner discusses the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan and how it will impact the United States’ relationships with global allies.
Could the U.S. ever have succeeded in Afghanistan? As the Taliban takes over, The Fletcher School at Tufts University professor Monica Duffy Toft argues that the U.S. mission there was never well defined and relied too heavily on military might.
Deborah Kochevar, director of the Strategies to Prevent Spillover (STOP Spillover) program, discusses efforts to prevent animal-borne illnesses from spreading among human populations in this “Top of Mind with Julie Rose” episode. Kochevar is also Cummings School dean emerita and a Fletcher senior fellow.
The Organization for World Peace
A 2019 Tufts Now piece presenting strategies from Fletcher professors to help address the global immigration crisis is referenced in this article, which was written by rising A&S fourth-year student CE Malley.