Bhaskar Chakravorti shares key findings from new research from Digital Planet, which analyzes digital inequalities across the 50 U.S. states, in Harvard Business Review.
U.S. blasts "sickening trend" as U.N. warned of "relentless wave of attacks on humanitarian workers"
Alex de Waal is quoted in this piece about increasing attacks on humanitarian aid workers in Ethiopia and around the world, via an article in CBS News.
The 2014 book “The System Worked: How the World Stopped Another Great Depression,” by Fletcher’s Daniel Drezner, is cited in a Washington Post op-ed.
The Careless Use of “Human Rights” Will Soon Reduce Them to Ridicule – conversation with Hurst Hannum
Professor Emeritus Hurst Hannum discusses the old and new challenges of human rights and international human rights law, via an article in Mandiner.
Kimberly Theidon is quoted in a Boston Globe article about the need to safeguard the tenure system from political influence,
Amy Myers Jaffe outlines the importance of electrical storage technology for developing U.S. electric grid resiliency and for competing with countries that are investing in energy research and development in The Hill.
Can the US Solar Industry Compete with Chinese Suppliers Who Account for 60% of the World’s Solar Panels?
Kelly Sims Gallagher is quoted in EnergyTrend about whether or not the U.S. can compete with China in the solar-power manufacturing market.
Amy Myers Jaffe comments on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on global energy demand and supply in The Wall Street Journal.
Tom Dannenbaum explains the UN’s 1948 Genocide Convention international treaty, which criminalizes genocide, via an article in VOA News.