Americas

New Editorial
By E. William Colglazier 10.06.2017

Why has it become so hard in the United States to maintain constructive action for dealing with human-caused climate change? Science diplomacy and science advice have otherwise helped the world deal with this challenge in critical ways.

East Asia

New Perspective
By Vaughan Turekian, Teruo Kishi 02.06.2017

S&T advisors to foreign ministers will be pivotal in developing evidence-informed foreign policies and in proactively identifying emerging S&T trends that intersect with mutual and respective foreign policy priorities. 

Europe

New Perspective
By Edward J. Burger Jr. 08.15.2017

The Eurasian Medical Education Program was established in 1995 to share clinical and scientific knowledge with Russian physicians in Russia during a time of transition following the collapse of the Soviet Union. 

Oceania

Letter from the Field
By Raymond Arnaudo 04.11.2017

Growing attention of the importance of Antarctica to climate change and to global science and environment issues prompted a dozen experts from several countries and differing areas of expertise to discuss new challenges during a seminar aboard an Antarctic cruise liner.

South & Central Asia

New Perspective
By Edward J. Burger Jr. 08.15.2017

The Eurasian Medical Education Program was established in 1995 to share clinical and scientific knowledge with Russian physicians in Russia during a time of transition following the collapse of the Soviet Union. 

Sub-Saharan Africa

New Article
By Theodore Trefon 10.13.2017

While diplomacy and partnerships can foster progress, they will only be effective when scientific research is embedded in an environment of good governance and functioning democratic institutions.