Founded in 1975 and published biannually, The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs is the student-managed foreign policy journal at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. The publication provides a broad, interdisciplinary platform for analysis of legal, political, economic, environmental, and diplomatic issues in international affairs.
The editorial board of The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs believes that the publication’s audience values and expects the inclusion of conflicting viewpoints. The publication’s title, The Forum, suggests a public meeting place for open discussion.
In this spirit, The Forum website now hosts two new features: online-only articles by a wider range of authors, and – beginning in early 2012 – a “Conversations” section of the site, where readers can respond to articles and post their thoughts on other international issues. The Forum is a place for open professional exchanges across institutions and continents. We welcome participation by academics, practitioners, and students from across the globe.
The views and opinions expressed in the journal are solely those of individual authors and should not be regarded as reflecting any official opinion or position of The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Tufts University, or its faculty.
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Current Issue: Summer 2011
- Principals and Agents: Syria and the Dilemma of its Armed Group Allies
- Civil Society and Post-Electoral Uprisings: The Case of 2004 Ukraine
- Stuck in the Roundabout
- Sports: A Powerful Strategy to Advance Women’s Rights
- China in Africa: Symbiosis or Exploitation?
- Unplugging a Nation: State Media Strategy During Egypt’s January 25 Uprising
- Qadhafi, Libya, and the Politics of Change in the Middle East