I’ve always admired the print edition of The Fletcher Forum, but the online version is simply fantastic. Those hardworking students manage to put together an astounding amount of high-quality (and highly interesting) content. Here’s the latest update that the Forum Online staff sent to the community.
Fletcher Friends, Family, Colleagues, and Prospective Students,
The Fletcher Forum Online — the online portal of The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, the school’s student-run international affairs journal — has had an exciting Spring Semester thus far, and we recently concluded a Special Series commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the Iraq War. We invite you to visit our website to read some of our great content, and to consider submitting your own article for publication!
Here are some of our recent web highlights:
The Reality of the War in Iraq, Noam Chomsky, Professor (Emeritus), Department of Linguistics & Philosophy, MIT.
An Interview with Dr. Mowaffak Al–Rubaie, Former National Security Advisor of Iraq.
I’m Glad We Invaded Iraq, Janessa Gans Wilder, former CIA analyst; Founder and CEO of The Euphrates Institute.
Iraq: You Can’t Support the Troops without Supporting the Mission, Marine Captain Timothy Kudo, graduate student at New York University who deployed to Iraq in 2009 and to Afghanistan from 2010 to 2011.
Iraq: The Mistake Was Staying, Harvey Sapolsky, Professor (Emeritus), Political Science, and Director (Emeritus) of the Security Studies Program, MIT.
World Peace through Entrepreneurship… But Only if You Fund It, Steven Koltai, former Senior Advisor for Entrepreneurship at the U.S. Department of State; Founder and CEO of Koltai & Co, LLC.
Israel’s Siege Mentality and the Faltering Peace Process, Dr. Jacob Abadi, Professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic History, United States Air Force Academy.
Embracing Danger: Self-Defense Firearms in the Home, Peter Squires, Professor of Criminology, University of Brighton, England.
Please feel free to comment at the bottom, and share your suggestions with us — we are always looking for ways to improve. To submit your own piece for publication please email us.
The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs Online