Capacity Building and Development

Perspective

The PEER program is ushering in an era of diplomacy through science-based development by promoting bilateral and regional cooperation between U.S. and developing country investigators.

Article

By being flexible, parsimonious, and open, SAFARI 2000 became a transformational network that fostered equal partnerships among countries, even though the countries had varying levels of resources.

Perspective

Technical partnerships aimed at solving priority challenges will strengthen not only the U.S.-Yemen relationship but also regional relationships and will broaden these relationships beyond counterterrorism.

Perspective

As political upheaval and economic stagnation hobble national governments’ ability to plan for the future, leaders must look for innovative ways to develop and implement solutions to our global challenges.

Article

By working with North Korea’s Kim Chaek University of Technology on a digital library, academic exchanges, and other projects, Syracuse University built trust and advanced open standards with this closed society.

Editorial

U.S. universities are strengthening cooperation with Myanmar in health sciences and public health. These collaborations benefit both public health and the relationship between the two countries.