We need to think bigger about combating climate change, says new report by UN panel that includes Feinstein Center researcher
Los Angeles Times
A&S political scientist Oxana Shevel examines Russian President Vladimir’s delusions about Ukraine and the Ukrainian people.
Fletcher Visiting Associate Professor Jonathan Brookfield anticipates who the members of the Chinese Communist Party’s Politburo Standing Committee might be following this year’s 20th Party Congress.
Fletcher Professor Emeritus Hurst Hannum writes this piece examining why Russia’s armed invasion of Ukraine violates international law and what options are available for responding to this violation.
The New York Times
Fletcher’s Chris Miller writes this opinion piece analyzing how Russian President Vladimir Putin has developed the country’s military with “precisely the capabilities needed to rebuild its influence in Eastern Europe.”
Sanctions against Russia need to be strong and focused on elites to be effective, say Tufts experts
Fletcher’s Arik Burakovsky examines why public support for Russian President Vladimir Putin is likely to decrease as the conflict with Ukraine unfolds.
New York Times