The World Peace Foundation is honored to be a part of The Fletcher School, an intellectual community that is deeply engaged in world events. As the crisis in Syria has gained new urgency in light of the use of chemical weapons against civilians and subsequent U.S. proposal to bomb the Syrian regime, our colleagues have engaged in lively public debate about the best response.

The views aired have been diverse, offering analysis from multiple perspectives. For more updates about Fletcher in the news, look here.

Articles authored by Fletcher School faculty:

Articles quoting Fletcher School faculty and staff (ordered by date of publication)

Blog essays by Fletcher faculty:

  • Bridget Conley-Zilkic, “On Bombing Syria”, Reinventing Peace, Aug. 28, 2013.

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  1. […] bombs cannot replace a political plan. This and additional essays addressing Syria, including a collection of materials from colleagues at The Fletcher School, are available on our […]

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