World View

In Tufts Magazine

  • Denying an Atrocity

    Yes, there was a genocide in Guatemala during the 1980s. I know because I witnessed its horrors

  • Ebola Doc

    Character Sketch: Nahid Bhadelia

  • 2° of Separation

    Behind the scenes at the historic Paris climate conference, where two Fletcher PhDs helped deliver the deal that just might save humanity from itself

  • The Yaya Sisterhood

    Returning to the Philippines, the country of my birth, I finally looked like everyone else. Which was not the same as fitting in.

  • The Diplomat

    Meet Roberta Jacobson, the first woman to be nominated as ambassador to Mexico

Tufts Now

  • Tufts Responds to Supreme Court Ruling

    President Monaco pledges to support and protect past, present and future international students and faculty

  • Why Oceans Matter

    A new book makes the case that the future of international security depends on sea power

  • The Fight Against Goat Plague

    A Cummings School researcher is looking to wipe out a viral illness that threatens both endangered species and the livelihoods of families in the developing world

  • A Market for Change

    Vicki Assevero started a for-profit social enterprise bringing farm fresh food to Trinidad and Tobago

  • Diplomatic Mission

    Tufts alum Scott Brown is confirmed as the new ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa

  • Escaping the Taliban

    After terrorists targeted Arslan Muradi’s family in Afghanistan, he turned to his friends at Fletcher for help