science diplomacy

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Combatting COVID-19 with Common Interests

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As nations rush to slow the COVID-19 pandemic, treat victims of the virus, and develop cures, they face strong motivations to cooperate with one another rather than compete. Scientists and technical experts can help spearhead this collaboration, said Professor Paul Berkman, director of Tufts University’s Science Diplomacy Center, during a March 26 online talk hosted … Read More 

Operating Short-Term to Long-Term through the COVID-19 Pandemic: Negotiating a Global Renaissance with Science Diplomacy

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The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School is pleased to present: A video recording of this event is available for viewing on our YouTube channel. Operating Short-Term to Long-Term through the COVID-19 Pandemic: Negotiating a Global Renaissance with Science Diplomacy A virtual discussion with:

Paul Arthur Berkman Professor of Practice in Science Diplomacy and Founding Director of the Science Diplomacy Center at Tufts … Read More 

New Simulation on Science Diplomacy

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Teach Your Students to Incorporate Scientific Findings into International Policy Decisions Science diplomacy elevates the role of science and technology in addressing global challenges. While science diplomacy has a long history of bringing nations together through sharing technological innovations, it has becoming increasingly important as climate change and environmental hazards receive greater attention from the international … Read More