International Affairs

International Development and Trade

Gender Dynamics and Public Health Technology: Clean Cookstoves in Bangladesh

Authors investigate how women’s bargaining power in the household can influence the success of public health interventions.

A Call to Service

Do reductions in government spending increase altruistic behavior?

Plug and Play: The U.S. Military Adapts to Austerity

In a recent strategy document, the U.S. Department of Defense explains how it will organize its capabilities to meet tomorrow’s uncertain security challenges, despite constrained resources.

Exploring the Changing Dynamics in U.S. Public Opinion toward Israel

Exploring the history of domestic public opinion toward Israel.

Fighting Tuberculosis with Innovation and Collaboration

Operation ASHA co-founder and CEO Sandeep Ahuja discusses how his organization is bringing new ideas to the fight against one of the world's oldest diseases.

Alone And Unafraid?

Reevaluating United States policy toward international maritime law to protect long-term national interests

Seeing Red: Challenges to Social Harmony in China

Protests in China during the last twenty years have focused on local grievances, such as land and labor issues, and are targeted against local governments, not necessarily the central party

Tweeting the Revolution

What impact did social media play in the 2009 protests in Iran?

Finger on the Joystick: A Drone Expert Weighs in on American Policy

Professor of Law Amos Guiora discusses when drone strikes are morally and legally justifiable and how U.S. drone policy gets it wrong.

Climate Change: It’s the Economy, Stupid

New research suggests economic growth plays a larger role in climate change than population growth

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