Continuing a long history of producing interesting and timely publications, the Fletcher Forum has a new issue. Here’s how editor Alexander Ely described the new edition to the community.
The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs is pleased to announce the online launch of our brand new issue, Vol. 37:1. Highlighting our latest issue is a special section focusing on U.S. Foreign Policy Challenges during the Second Obama Administration, including discussions with Former Secretary of State James Baker and Former Secretary of Defense William Perry. Also included are articles from Fletcher Professor William Moomaw, Fletcher graduates Suzanne Maloney and Michael Hammer, Michele Dunne, Mary Harper, David Koplow, Fletcher PhD student Prashanth Parameswaran, and many others. To view the complete list of articles and abstracts, along with PDF versions of the articles, please visit our website, or go directly to the individual PDFs.
Additionally, The Forum is available for sale. Please contact Business Director Alexander Kaz if you are interested in purchasing any issues. The Forum is run by a staff of forty graduate students here at The Fletcher School, and your support helps us to put out the best product possible each semester.
We encourage you to visit our website frequently, where our online edition regularly publishes original content by Fletcher students, professors, outside scholars and practitioners. We welcome submissions to both the print and online editions. More information on submission guidelines can be found here.
On behalf of the staff of The Fletcher Forum, who worked tirelessly to produce this issue, we thank you for reading and look forward to your comments, feedback and submissions.
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