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.
RUSSIAN OIL AND WESTERN SANCTIONS AGAINST THE UKRAINE INVASION
It’s possible for Europe to cut back on oil imports from Russia—and not affect world prices at the same time, says Fletcher School expert
INNOVATION AND THE FUTURE OF WORK IN THE SOCIAL SECTOR – A GLIMPSE INTO ONE RECENT GRADUATE’S RESEARCH.
Adam Basciano is a graduate from the Fletcher School’s Master of Global Business Administration program. He works in global business advisory and is based in Washington, DC. He is the co-founder and former director of IPF Atid, an international network of Middle East peacebuilders.
WHAT’S BEHIND RUSSIA’S INVASION OF UKRAINE, AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT?
Sanctions against Russia need to be stronger and focused on elites to be effective, say Tufts experts.
3 TECH INDUSTRY TRENDS TO WATCH IN 2022
Dean Bhaskar Chakravorti’s recent article published on Foreign Policy’s website discussing the three major tech trends to watch in 2022.
THE MYTH OF SUSTAINABLE FASHION
Senior Lecturer, Ken P. Pucker latest article in Harvard Business Review about sustainability in the fashion industry.
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