Building a more diverse diplomatic core and acknowledging the U.S.' own history are key to increasing racial justice, argues Fletcher alumna Ambassador Harriet Elam Thomas (F80).
IMF Deputy Managing Director Antoinette Sayeh (F80, F85) calls on Fletcher students to look outward to solve global challenges at annual Convocation ceremony.
New professor brings interdisciplinary expertise and fresh focus to international environmental policy at Fletcher.
Retired Army Surgeon General Nadja West speaks with Fletcher about her perspectives on race, equity and justice from her life and long career in the U.S. military.
Fletcher professors discuss challenges, opportunities and why Fletcher is the place to be to tackle humanitarian issues through a multidisciplinary lens.
Fletcher professors and alumni author books you don't want to miss in this round-up of must-reads.
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Kelly Sims Gallagher speaks with Climatewire about the role of climate in U.S./China relations.
Josephine Wolff speaks with Vox about China's pattern of cyber espionage.
Chris Miller considers how long America's technological power will last, via an op-ed for The New York Times.
Sung-Yoon Lee co-publishes op-ed in The Wall Street Journal on the U.S.' role in the fight for peace in Korea.
Alex de Waal co-publishes op-ed for BBC News on Sudan's peace agreement.
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As divides grow deeper between people and amongst nations, Fletcher students know now is the time when their skills are needed most – and they’re putting those skills to use in the real world.
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