Postdoctoral Fellow Sahana Ghosh co-authored this piece on The Conversation, "Those committed to justice and fighting fascism must recognize and reject the linked logics of weaponized citizenship in Kashmir and Assam."
Senior fellow at the Watson Insitute for International and Public Affairs penned this opinion piece regarding the role and involvement of the United States Senate in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Stephen Kinzer, senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, penned this column offering recommendations for timely and relevant books to gift to those on your Christmas list.
Stephen Kinzer, senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs and Neta Crawford, director of the Watson Institute’s Cost Of War Project discuss a blockbuster investigative series from The Washington Post involving the Bush and Obama administrations with WGBH host Jim Braude.
Deborah Gordon, senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, provided commentary on the Spanish oil company Repsol SA's newly announced goal to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050.
This opinion piece by Professor of International Studies and Political Science Peter Andreas argues that Trump's plan to define Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organizations is ill-conceived and could have dire geopolitical consequences.
In this letter to the editor, Professor of Social Science, Anthropology and Italian Studies David Kertzer responds to a previous editorial and argues that the amount of financial aid available — and not the preference for alumni children in admissions — is the biggest factor in a school's economic diversity.
Drawing on estimates and data from the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs' Costs of War project, a team from the New York Times assessed how much the United States spent on different aspects of the war in Afghanistan and whether that spending achieved its aims.