Dean's Video: November 2014: Professor Michael Glennon's "National Security and Double Government"

Why has U.S. national security policy scarcely changed from the Bush administration to the Obama administration? Professor of International Law Michael Glennon joins us as the dean's guest this month to discuss his new book "National Security and Double Government." Read More

Nonproliferation and North Korea

A special dual presentation by distinguished practitioners: Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, Director Emeritus of the IAEA and Nobel-Laureate-in-Residence at The Fletcher School and Ambassador Stephen W. Bosworth, Dean Emeritus of The Fletcher School and former Ambassador to the Republic of Korea discuss their experiences tackling the difficult issue of nuclear nonproliferation. Read More

Exploring the Cost of Cash in India

India is cash intensive, even for a developing country. Over the course of a year, the Institute for Business in the Global Context, studied the cost and benefits of cash in India. This report is part two of an international series on the cost of cash around the world. Read More

Will Warmer Temperatures Thaw Diplomatic Relations?

The melting ice cap is opening shipping lanes and creating potential for conflict among nations jockeying for the region’s natural resources. Fletcher experts weigh in. Read More

Achieve Your International Goals

After earning her Fletcher LL.M. degree, Mariana Benitez Tiburcio, F12, became the first female Deputy Attorney General for International and Legal Affairs of Mexico, second in line to the national Attorney General’s Office.

Where do you want your international career to go? Read More


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London Symposium Please join us for the Twelfth Annual London Symposium on December 13, 2014. Ambassador Marina Kaljurand, F95, will speak on the topic of "Russia and the West: Where is it Going?"
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