Opinions archive results 1-17 of 17 in Science & Innovation Policy and Science diplomacy
As the Obama administration begins a second term, USAID's Alex Dehgan describes how the agency will build on its science-for-development agenda.
The US development agency looks set to build on its 'development science' efforts during Barack Obama's second term, writes David Dickson.
The renaming of TWAS reflects changes in global science. But its original priorities must be maintained, says David Dickson.
The protection of mountain ecosystems has been one of the few areas to benefit from Rio+20, says commentator Joydeep Gupta
OPINION | 26 June 2012 | EN
Conflicts over shared water resources could be mitigated through science-based environmental cooperation, argue Saleem Ali and Pamela Griffin.
OPINION | 23 May 2012 | EN
Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan of Jordan discusses how global cooperation on science can benefit a knowledge-hungry world.
Plans for science collaboration in the Muslim world aren't working and need a major revamp, says Athar Osama.
OPINION | 16 September 2011 | EN
The two regions have much to gain from coordinating research and enhancing scientific cooperation on solar energy, says Frank Lehner.
OPINION | 15 September 2011 | EN
Egypt's 'science city' will not build a science culture without its people empowered by academic experience abroad, argues Austin Dacey.
OPINION | 21 July 2011 | EN
US science diplomacy needs a boost, and science attachés to Arab countries could help ensure sustainable programmes, says Farouk El-Baz.
OPINION | 5 April 2011 | EN
President Obama's offer of scientific collaboration with the Muslim World has a long way to go, says Athar Osama.
Science partnerships for development and diplomacy must put scientists at the forefront of engagement, says science diplomacy expert Ali Douraghy.
Science diplomacy must aim to help all developing countries and not just promote narrow political interests, says Naiyyum Choudhury.
Eliminating malaria from Haiti and the Dominican Republic would set a global precedent, say Joseph Keating, Donald Krogstad and Thomas Eisele.
Collaborative research between the United States and Islamic countries can reduce disease and promote peace, says vaccinologist Peter J. Hotez.
Michael Greene reviews the ways in which regional scientific cooperation could promote peace in the Middle East.
The White House science office must boost science and technology for international cooperation on many fronts, says Rodney W. Nichols.