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During the Fletcher Ideas Exchange, policy makers, practitioners, academics, and students convened to discuss strategies for how to “bridge the academic-policy gap”.
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What factors affect the role of legitimacy in the governance of conflict-affected or fragile states, and how do researchers communicate these findings with policy makers in ways that enhance the likelihood of their use in policy decision-making?
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IHS offers several means to study the security of people, including their legal, political, physical, health, environmental, and economic rights and needs.
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Just as we were settling in for a relaxing Thanksgiving weekend here in the U.S., news broke of Cuban leader Fidel Castro’s death.
Overall, the balance sheet of history will score Fidel poorly. As of 2016, only Cuba remained a true dictatorship in the Western Hemisphere, although Venezuela is not far behind. With a new [...]
Each Thanksgiving, I take the opportunity to reflect on all for which I am grateful. My list is long, as I feel very fortunate for the many good things in my life, from my loving and dedicated family (which recently expanded with the addition of our delightful first granddaughter), to my “work family” comprised of [...]