The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Launches New Center for Strategic Studies

The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University recently established the Center for Strategic Studies led by Professor Monica Duffy Toft.

The new center will produce policy-relevant research on strategy, international politics, and U.S. foreign policy, with consideration for alternative approaches that are mindful of the complexities of international conflict.

“I’m delighted to grow the Center for Strategic Studies at The Fletcher School,” said Professor Toft. “The goal for CSS is to bring Fletcher’s interdisciplinary approach to preparing our students and researchers with a holistic understanding of the dynamics impacting policymaking—both at home and abroad—through coursework, engagement with experienced practitioners, and real-world experience.”

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