May 17, 2005
Syngas a Savior: Consumers Could Save Money and Jobs Could Stay Home if Gasification Bill is Enacted
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
By William Rosenberg, Former Senior Research Associate, Energy Technology Innovation Policy
May 13, 2005
By Xiaohui (Anne) Wu, Former Associate, International Security Program/Project on Managing the Atom, 2007–2010; Former Research Fellow, International Security Program/Project on Managing the Atom, 2004–2007
May 10, 2005
By Robert Rotberg, Director, Program on Intrastate Conflict and Conflict Resolution
AS ANGOLANS die piteously of Marburg virus and Africans everywhere suffer from HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, and a host of other killers, too little attention is paid to the desperate nature of Africa's routine health services.
May 7, 2005
The Irish Times
By Thomas J. Wright, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2004-2007
Could the World Be on the Path to a New Nuclear Crisis?
May 5, 2005
Wall Street Journal Asia
By Joseph S. Nye, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor
May 1, 2005
The Houston Chronicle
By Philipp C. Bleek, Former Research Fellow, Project on Managing the Atom/International Security Program, 2009–December 2010, Anders Corr and Micah Zenko, Former Research Assistant to Graham Allison, 2003–2006; Former Research Associate, Project on Managing The Atom, 2006–2008
Anticipate the worst by shoring up reserves for insurance losses.
April 26, 2005
Wall Street Journal
Perry and Cohen support CAFTA in this Wall Street Journal op-ed
April 25, 2005
By John P. Holdren, Former Director and Faculty Chair, Science, Technology and Public Policy Program
Human well-being rests on a foundation of three pillars: economic conditions and processes; sociopolitical conditions and processes; and environmental conditions and processes. Arguments about which pillar is “the most important” are misguided. All three pillars are indispensable.
April 18, 2005
The East African
By Calestous Juma, Professor of the Practice of International Development; Director, Science, Technology, and Globalization Project; Principal Investigator, Agricultural Innovation in Africa
April 13, 2005
New York Times
Research and development activities, known as the "technology base" program, are a vital part of the United States defense program and must be adequately funded.