Pakistan has been at the center of the battle for Islam, a battle that has become more polarizing and deadly with every passing year. Yet, even after the horrific attack in Peshawar, Pakistan is unable to take decisive action to counter the extremist narrative.
Navigating Middle East Turmoil: A Conversation with Dennis Ross
In a recent interview with the Fletcher Forum editorial team, the Former U.S. Envoy to the Middle East Dennis Ross explores how the struggle between radical Islamists and non-radical Islamists is shaping the Middle East and U.S. policy in the region.
Dear Congress: Stay Active on the Global Stage
In a letter to the new 114th United States Congress, Fletcher student Heather LeMunyon calls on Congress to concentrate on four areas of U.S. foreign policy to strengthen foreign relations.
On Energy Subsidy Reforms in India
The new Indian government has maintained a fair degree of continuity of the economic policies initiated by the previous government. This is especially true in the case of energy pricing and subsidies: the government has continued the gradual removal of energy subsidies that had begun during Manmohan Singh’s regime in 2010.
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.