Fletcher’s Amy Myers Jaffe joins this episode of “The Energy Gang” podcast to discuss the energy crisis in Europe.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte writes this opinion piece on how U.S. climate policy is “lost and damaged with self-inflicted wounds, and the world increasingly resents us for it.”
Christian Science Monitor
The Friedman School’s Daniel Maxwell says a new deal between Russia and Ukraine to allow the safe export of Ukrainian wheat and other grains “will be helpful, but it won’t make the food crisis go away.”
Wall Street Journal
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal comments in this article on the hunger emergency afflicting some of the world’s poorest countries, noting that the current combination of factors “could be the harbinger for what is coming on a bigger scale.” De Waal is the author of the 2018 book “Mass Starvation: The History and Future of Famine.”
New York Times
A&S economist Steve Cicala is quoted about why he believes President Biden’s proposed price cap on Russian oil “is unlikely to affect global oil prices.”
Evan Easton-Calabria of Friedman School’s Feinstein International Center examines the effectiveness of refugee self-reliance programming managed by humanitarian agencies. She is the author of “Refugees, Self-Reliance, Development: A critical history.”
New York Times
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte notes the global concern over whether U.S. climate change efforts will continue to be supported by American leadership.