Americas

New Perspective
By Raphaël Ollivier-Mrejen, Pierre Michel, Minh-Hà Pham  07.13.2018

In 2014, the Office for Science and Technology of the French embassy in the United States— together with the French embassy in Canada— launched the French Ameri-Can Climate TalkS (FACTS), a successful science diplomacy initiative. 

East Asia

Perspective
By Suresh V. Garimella 04.19.2018

To go truly global, American research universities are building broad partnerships on the basis of long-term, mutually beneficial, and culturally respectful relationships in selected countries around the world. 

Europe

New Perspective
By Raphaël Ollivier-Mrejen, Pierre Michel, Minh-Hà Pham  07.13.2018

In 2014, the Office for Science and Technology of the French embassy in the United States— together with the French embassy in Canada— launched the French Ameri-Can Climate TalkS (FACTS), a successful science diplomacy initiative. 

Oceania

Perspective
By Fahmida N. Chowdhury 04.19.2018

Over her long academic and government career, the author has noticed that the term science and engineering diplomacy is little known, used, discussed, or understood in the engineering community. 

South & Central Asia

Perspective
By Fahmida N. Chowdhury 04.19.2018

Over her long academic and government career, the author has noticed that the term science and engineering diplomacy is little known, used, discussed, or understood in the engineering community. 

Sub-Saharan Africa

New Article
By Rafiou Agoro 06.07.2018

This article emphasizes the potential of African diaspora scientists to advance S&T development on the continent, and specifically suggests the establishment of an African diaspora scientists federation.