The rise of educated women around the world is a victory over historic discrimination. But the treatment of women as a homogenous group reinforces today’s trends towards greater social and income inequality.
For Russia Impasse, Go For The Gas
The United States should take discernible, concrete steps to weaken Russia’s power and influence in Ukraine, including explicit support for Europe in reducing their reliance on Russian gas imports.
Dilemmas of Storytelling: Violence and the Narrative Responsibilities it Creates
Storytellers face a number of dilemmas and shoulder various responsibilities when crafting narratives of violence and conflict.
Overcoming Climate Politics
While science should be the authoritative basis of sound climate policy, political considerations outweigh the scientific imperative for effective response and action.
2014 Global Risk Forum: An Introduction by Dean James Stavridis
Dean of The Fletcher School, James G. Stavridis, introduces the 2014 Global Risk Forum, identifying the top five risks to global stability in the year ahead.