Fletcher’s Alex de Waal pens this opinion piece about how General Abdel Fatah al-Burhan’s military coup in Sudan may jeopardize the country’s democratic economic future.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal pens this article about how the military coup in Sudan may jeopardize the country’s democratic future.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte shares the key topics that global leaders will likely discuss at the upcoming U.N. Summit on Climate Change (COP26) in Glasgow.
Faculty comment on the upcoming U.N. summit in Glasgow and prepare to lead a student delegation to the negotiations
GDAE’s Timothy Wise discusses how the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) is failing Africa’s farmers and why the shift to agroecology, “an approach to growing food that tries to work in harmony with natural systems,” is a solution that can address food and farming issues in the region.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal pens this opinion piece about reluctance from international aid agencies to designate the humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia’s Tigray region a famine, despite overwhelming evidence of mass starvation.
TUSM’s Susan MacDonald discusses the work of Eye Corps, of which she is president, to support ophthalmologic care in Tanzania.
Mulugeta G. Berhe, a World Peace Foundation Senior Fellow, writes this piece outlining why a credible mediation process for resolving the crisis in Ethiopia needs to start with states and institutions of the international community rather than the African Union.
Fletcher’s Bhaskar Chakravorti outlines why India, which has attracted the attention of investors shifting from China, may not be a sustainable choice based on longer-term market fundamentals.