Abi Williams, Director of the Institute for Global Leadership, writes a letter in response to The Guardian’s obituary of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The Guardian Nigeria
Fletcher's Chidi Anselm Odinkalu examines the “multiplex issues” from Nigeria’s judiciary self-review.
Fletcher's Sung-Yoon Lee details the first 10 years of Kim Jong Un’s rule of North Korea, noting that the young dictator “has the capacity to surpass even the ghastly death tolls of his two familial predecessors.”
The Daily Star
A&S historian Ayesha Jalal discusses the circumstance in Pakistan prior to the birth of Bangladesh in 1971.
A&S political scientist Michael Beckley co-authors this piece on how a U.S.- Chinese war over Taiwan would play out and how the Biden administration can prepare for such a scenario.
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal outlines why Israel needs to stop the United Arab Emirates, an ally, from arming the Ethiopian regime that is committing mass atrocities in Tigray.
Fletcher’s Daniel Drezner weighs in on the effectiveness of U.S. sanctions involving Ethiopia and Venezuela.