Friedman School Professor Patrick Webb explains the challenges and potential solutions to achieving global food and nutrition security
The work of the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, which is led by primatologist and Tufts alumna Tara Stoinski, has been a conservation success story.
Fletcher’s Nils Hagerdal discusses his new book, “Friend or Foe: Militia Intelligence and Ethnic Violence in the Lebanese Civil War,” at the beginning of this POMEPS Middle East Political Science Podcast episode.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte discusses five key elements to follow in the coming year as countries move forward on promises made at the U.N. Summit on Climate Change (COP26) talks.
Alumna Jennifer Selendy joined a project through the Tufts Institute for Global Leadership to help evacuate more than 500 Afghans after the U.S. withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan in August.
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Fletcher’s Michael Beckley discusses the long-term trends in the balance of power between the United States and China.
Drawing from his new climate emergency warning paper, Fletcher Professor of International Environmental Policy Emeritus William Moomaw co-authors this piece outlining priority actions that the world must take to “dramatically decrease greenhouse gases in the atmosphere to return to a more stable climate.”
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal discusses the United States’ role in restoring Sudan's democratic transition in the wake of the recent military coup.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal explores factors to consider for those negotiating a ceasefire in Ethiopia.