The Admissions Staff is taking a day away from the office to bring our new staffers up-to-speed, which makes this a great time to share an email I received this week from The Fletcher Forum Online. Follow the links and you’ll have plenty to read!
Welcome back! The Fletcher Forum Online has been hard at work this summer publishing a host of new, top-notch articles that address a wide range of the most pressing foreign policy issues. From elections in Egypt and Libya, to forecasting the Taliban’s strategy in the coming year, the Forum has something for everyone. This summer in particular, the Forum Online has highlighted the remarkable work of Fletcher students as they crisscrossed the globe through internships, research, and in pursuit of adventure. We encourage you to read them all, but here is a brief selection we think you might enjoy:
The Other Side of China’s Rise by Lieutenant Commander Dennis Wanda
Afghanistan Will Survive without Us by Morgan Loretta
Free from Trafficking, Unable to Move by Aretha Chakraborti
Mali: Beacon of Democracy Gone Dark by Kamissa Camara
Libya’s Momentous Milestone by Elia Boggia
Agree? Disagree? Leave your comments on the website or submit a response piece. Interested in learning more about The Fletcher Forum, please contact us. To stay current with all our new content, follow us on Facebook and on Twitter.
Jamie Kraut (web managing editor) and Alexander Ely (editor-in-chief), for The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs Online
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