Fletcher In the News

The Fletcher community, including faculty, leadership, students, and alumni, is actively engaged on the international stage as analysts and advisors for elected officials, policy makers, organizations, and industry. Read more about their ongoing research and work in global business and international affairs.

Featured Research

Building "Smart Societies" – A Blueprint for Action

There are multiple archetypal journeys towards "smartness." In a world with limited resources, the ability to prioritize and identify areas of focus and forms of "smartness" that fit with each country's circumstances can prove to be essential.

The Resiliency of American Democracy

Dan Drezner writes that the state of American politics is not as dire as many say, via his Washington Post column.

Why It’s So Hard for Users to Control Their Data

Bhaskar Chakravorti outlines possible solutions to the "privacy paradox," via an article in Harvard Business Review.

The Secretary of Slander

Dan Drezner reflects on the importance of the free press, via his Washington Post column.

Why Fletcher is "The Place to Be" to Study Global Issues with a Gender Lens

Alumna Phoebe Donnelly (F13, F19) completed her MALD and her Ph.D. at Fletcher focusing on gender analysis and women's leadership.

Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte Receives New Year Honour from Queen Elizabeth

Recognized for her work on climate change and sustainable energy, Kyte has been named a Companion of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George.

Alumni Reflect on the ROI of a Fletcher Degree

Back on campus for the annual Student Alumni Networking Event, a few alumni share their thoughts on the value of the Fletcher experience in developing and advancing their careers.