The Lessons of In Amenas: How Can Corporations Prevent Strategic Surprise in Risky Environments?

The 2013 In Amenas hostage crisis was the largest terrorist attack to ever strike the oil and gas industry. Two years on, what can companies, operating in risky environments, learn from In Amenas that can help them prevent strategic surprise in the future.

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Violence Against Women: A Global Problem With a Solution

There are a host of ways that communities, governments, and entities like the United Nations can better protect women and girls and prevent violence from occurring.

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Changing Norms for Gender Equality

As we mark the twentieth anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action, we have much to celebrate, from the global progress over the past two decades in reducing poverty, but we still have far to go to achieve gender equality around the world.

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From Crisis to Opportunity: The 2015 Global Opportunities Forum

The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs’ yearlong conversation series on the five issues where we believe crisis can give way to opportunity in 2015.

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Volume 38:2 of The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs Now Available

The editorial staff of The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs is pleased to bring you our latest issue, Summer Volume 38:2. The Summer 2014 volume is the first edition of The Fletcher Forum with all-female authorship, and is meant to highlight and celebrate women who have risen to important roles in the international community.

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The Evolution of Nonviolent Resistance

March 17, 2015 by Forum Staff
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In an interview with The Fletcher Forum, Serbian democracy activists Srdja Popovic and Slobodan Djinovic discuss innovations in repression and resistance, the complexities of nonviolence and violent extremism, and the future of the scholarship and practice of nonviolence.

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The Nemtsov Assassination Decoded?

March 12, 2015 by James F. Collins and Kenneth Yalowitz
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Boris Nemtsov’s death may hold the key to understanding deeper schisms within Russia, both between the government and advocates for reform, and between Putin and extreme nationalist entities.

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The Importance of Terminology on Gender Mainstreaming in International Affairs

March 11, 2015 by Global Women
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In an article marking International Women’s Day, Fletcher group Global Women discusses how international NGOs’ use of the term “women’s empowerment” can be detrimental to gender mainstreaming efforts.

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Give Me a Reason

March 11, 2015 by Ameya Naik
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In Syria, the Obama administration has claimed its use of force is to defend national interests, and not an act of war. But how is killing lawful, outside of war?

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