As the U.S. decreases troop levels in Afghanistan approaching the 2016 withdrawal deadline, there are more questions about nuclear relations in South Asia than ever before.
Sub-Saharan Africa is indeed rising. Some of this rising momentum stems from a retreat from statist policies and an embrace in many states of open macroeconomics and markets, but to continue Africa must overcome a series of consummate challenges over the next several decades.
South Sudan’s Preventable Crisis
The donor community assumption in South Sudan equates development with stability, leading to a focus on delivering services at the expense of aiding the growth of a stable nation. This technical exercise failed to view nation building for what it really is—a political process.
Could Intra-African Trade Drive More Equitable Growth?
Supporting intra-African trade liberalization requires a “rethink,” in which policymakers take into account the dynamics and systems of the political economy and interests of elites in sub-Saharan African countries.
Volume 38:1 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, Winter Volume 38:1. The Winter 2014 volume features articles by military leaders, distinguished academics, and innovative policy practitioners in international affairs.