International Science and Technology

By Jonathan Koller
Contributor
February 3, 2014

An immediate and systematic overhaul of the antibiotic framework and mindset is needed to tackle the issue of antibiotic-resistant threats

By Jennifer Cayias
Contributor
April 22, 2013

The Obama administration has clearly communicated a shift in the United States’ geopolitical focus to the Asian arena. While this shift is well justified, the White House should ensure it does not ignore developments in the Arctic arena.

By Andrew Reddie
Contributor
March 3, 2013

President Obama’s recent Executive Order contains several limitations that will hinder American efforts to bolster cybersecurity.

By Madhumitha Madhavan
Staff Editor
May 14, 2012

The energy partnership between China and India could become a leading example of progress on climate change.

By Anand Datla
Contributor
May 14, 2012

James Mittelman describes what global conflict will look like in the not-too-distant future .

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