Magazine or Newspaper Article (continued)
September 16, 2011
Magazine or Newspaper Article, TIME / time.com
By Eben Harrell, Associate, Project on Managing the Atom
"Nuclear proliferation is a crime that pays well. Those involved in the Khan network were made very wealthy for their efforts, and the inability of the international community to effectively punish them has resulted in a missed opportunity to provide a deterrent against future black-market salesmen."
February 2, 2008
Magazine or Newspaper Article, that's China
By Jing Zhang and Calestous Juma, Professor of the Practice of International Development; Director, Science, Technology, and Globalization Project; Principal Investigator, Agricultural Innovation in Africa
China's Ministry of Science and Technology launched the China-Africa Science and Technology Partnership on November 24, 2009. The ministry announced that technological cooperation will be enhanced in areas such as water management and conservation, sanitation, crop breeding, health, and renewable energy. One hundred joint research partnerships will be created, and 100 African scientists at the postdoctoral level will have the opportunity to conduct research at China's technology parks, research institutes, and private enterprises. Chinese scientists and engineers will also travel to African countries to provide technical guidance, and in order to increase the research capacities of African countries, China will also donate laboratory equipment.
Science, Technology, and Globalization Project Director Calestous Juma shared his insights into the history and future of Sino-African relations in a February 2008 interview with that's China columnist Jing Zhang.
September 8, 2007
Magazine or Newspaper Article
By Rami Khouri, Senior Fellow, Middle East Initiative
The United Nations should thoroughly review its optimum role in a transforming world, because its existing contradictory policies risk damaging its credibility and efficacy for years to come.
April 23, 2006
Magazine or Newspaper Article, Boston Globe
By Rebecca Weiner, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2005–2007
As the international community dithers over Darfur, private military companies say they've got what it takes to stop the carnage, if only someone would hire them.
April 17, 2014
An audio recording from April 7, 2014, when Susan Akram, Director, International Human Rights Clinical Program, Boston University School of Law, presented her research on the legal issues that are creating barriers to relief and protection for refugees fleeing Syria, alongside Boston University graduate students Aaron Lang, Sarah Bidinger and Danielle Hites who gave country-specific presentations on Egypt, Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon, respectively.
December 11, 2013
An audio recording of a talk with Ishac Diwan, Lecturer in Public Policy (HKS), at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School on October 23, 2013.
December 10, 2013
An audio recording of a talk by Heba Handoussa, founder of Egypt Network for Integrated Development (ENID), on October 30, 2013 at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School.
December 4, 2013
An audio recording of a talk by Robert Springborg, professor in the Department of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, on October 9, 2013 at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School.
October 10, 2013
An audio recording of a talk by Professor Ragui Assaad, Professor of Planning and Public Affairs, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, on September 18, 2013 at the Middle East Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School.
September 26, 2013
On Wednesday, September 11, Professor Djavad Salehi-Isfahani (the Kuwait Foundation Visiting Scholar at the Middle East Initiative) led the introductory seminar to the fall 2013 seminar series. This seminar aimed to illuminate the politics and economics of these choices, as well as the experience of actual transitions in Egypt and Tunisia.