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Calestous Juma on science and technology diplomacy

Forging New Diplomatic Bonds Through Science and Technology By Calestous Juma Technology and Policy “Science and technology are being increasingly recognized as central features in international diplomacy. Much of the attention, however, has focused on how major industrialized countries and … Continue reading

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Olli Heinonen on creating a Middle East WMD-free zone

The Middle Eastern Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone (WMDFZ)- Nuclear Verification By Olli Heinonen and Christian Charlier Belfer Center Research “The establishment of a WMDFZ in the Middle East is a real challenge for the international community taking into consideration … Continue reading

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Masha Rouhi on Iran-U.S. relations

Iran and the US Need a Middleman ­— or Two By Mahsa Rouhi Christian Science Monitor “As Iran and the international community try to agree on a date and prepare for a new round of negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program, … Continue reading

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Chuck Freilich interview on new book

Diplomacy: A Process Fundamentally Flawed Interview with Chuck Freilich The Jerusalem Post Chuck Freilich sits down with The Jerusalem Post to discuss his most recent publication – Zion’s Dilemmas: How Israel Makes National Security Affairs Read more >

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Timothy Carney and Tara Maller on diplomatic engagement

The perils of diplomatic disengagement Foreign Policy, “The Middle East Channel” blog October 4, 2012 Commentary by: Ambassador Timothy Carney, Tara Maller, former International Security Program research fellow Topic: Remaining diplomatically engaged overseas “After the recent unrest at embassies in … Continue reading

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Nicholas Burns on U.S. leadership

Murders in Libya point to need for wise leaders in US The Boston Globe September 13, 2012 Op-ed by: Nicholas Burns, professor of the practice of diplomacy and international politics and a member of the Belfer Center Board of Directors … Continue reading

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Juliette Kayyem on how Christopher Stevens’ death will impact Libya

It’s the Syrians Who Will Pay for Murders of Americans in Libya The Boston Globe September 13, 2012 Op-ed by: Juliette Kayyem, lecturer in public policy with the Belfer Center and member of the Belfer Center Board of Directors Topic: … Continue reading

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