September 2016

Perspective

The Argentinian government has leveraged scientific cooperation to increase efficiency and innovation. Argentina's approaches may work well for other Latin American countries.

Editorial

Multiple international organizations work with scientists to do inspiring work reducing violence, protecting human rights, and advancing academic freedom.

Perspective

Japan recognizes its link to the environmental changes occurring in the Arctic. Development of a national Arctic policy with a strong science and technology foundation is helping Japan successfully engage in Arctic issues.

Article

Interviews with National Science Foundation grantees involved in international collaborations demonstrate that many scientists already view themselves as science diplomats, although they do so in an informal and unintentional way.

Article

The vast biodiversity and range of ecosystems in Central Asia makes the region a high priority for global conservation efforts, thus positioning the U.S. Forest Service to contribute to U.S. foreign policy goals via conservation diplomacy.