Wall Street Journal
Fletcher’s Chris Miller pens this essay examining Russia’s lack of advanced military technologies, which is adapted from his forthcoming book "Chip War: The Fight for the World’s Most Critical Technology."
Fletcher’s Daniel Drezner writes this piece revisiting his December 2020 International Organization essay in which he considered what the effect of COVID-19 would be on international relations. Drezner quotes from “Danger Zone: The Coming Conflict With China,” co-authored by A&S political scientist Michael Beckley and Hal Brands.
New York Times
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte is quoted in this article about controversy following World Bank President David Malpass’ equivocation over climate science at this week’s United Nations General Assembly.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte appears in this video interview to discuss how the global energy crisis is shaping conversations around the green transition.
Fletcher’s Michael Klein is quoted in this “Morning Edition” segment about how the strength of the U.S. dollar is creating financial difficulties for companies that sell goods abroad.
Friedman School’s Will Masters is quoted about the long-term threat that climate change poses to the world’s food supply, noting the need for sustained investment in science and technology.
A&S historian Ayesha Jalal comments on India’s relationship with the British monarchy in this conversation about the complicated history of the British Commonwealth and its future in the wake of Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
Fletcher’s Daniel Drezner analyzes popular narratives reflecting how Russia’s elite view the current state of affairs of their country and the future of world politics.
Friedman School's Daniel Maxwell is quoted in this primer about the history and causes of famine.