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News - Stimson Center

Foreign Cooperation and Proliferation in South Asia

| May 31, 2016

"Nuclear South Asia: An Analyst's Guide to India, Pakistan, and the Bomb" is a free, open online course from the Stimson Center that addresses nuclear themes and challenges in South Asia. It is meant to provide strategic analysts in India and Pakistan—and the interested public in all countries—a platform to study these issues and engage in a serious, informed conversation. MTA Associate Jayita Sarkar delivered Section 2's Lecture 3.

Video - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Farah Pandith on Office Hours

| May 02, 2016

Farah Pandith (@Farah_Pandith), Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center’s Future of Diplomacy Project and formerly the first ever Special Representative to Muslim communities at the U.S. State Department, sits down with Aroop Mukharji (@aroopmukharji) to talk about how to curb the spread of violent extremism, particularly among Muslim youth.

Winning the Peace

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Winning the Peace

May 16, 2014

The last seven decades without war among the great powers – what historians describe as “the long peace” – is a remarkable achievement. “This is a rare and unusual fact if you look at the last few thousand years of history,” said Graham Allison, director of the Belfer Center and moderator of the IDEASpHERE panel “Winning the Peace.” “Furthermore, it is no accident. Wise choices by statesmen have contributed to ‘the long peace,’ which has allowed many generations to live their lives.”

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Kai Eide: Problems in Afghanistan will not be solved through War

| May 23, 2011

The only way to succeed in Afghanistan is to use diplomacy, according to Kai Eide, who served as the United Nations’ Special Representative to Afghanistan from 2008-2010.

During his trip to the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) in April 2011, Eide emphasized that continuing to fight a war in the country would ultimately result in a stalemate for both the international community and the Taliban. Eide served as a Fisher Family Fellow with the Future of Diplomacy Project during his time at Harvard.

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Author Robert Kaplan urges students to study history and geography of emerging countries in Future of Diplomacy Project Interview

| Dec. 16, 2010

Robert Kaplan, author of "Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power" sat down in October 2010 with Nicholas Burns, director of the Belfer Center's Future of Diplomacy Project, to discuss the importance of studying geography and history in wake of the rise of the Indian Ocean as a critical area of influence.