Director Jonathan D. Moyer is the lead author on a new report published jointly by the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures, the Atlantic Council, and the Hague Center for Strategic Studies.
Three members of the Pardee Center research staff conducted an IFs workshop in Kampala, Uganda, February 5-9.
Director Alexis Goosdeel and Scientific Director Paul Griffiths of the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) visited the Pardee Center on February 9, 2018 to learn more about International Futures (IFs) and the potential for future collaboration. The EMCDDA offers research, data, and analysis to inform policymakers on laws and strategies regarding illicit drugs.
In January, 2018, Pardee Center Founder, Senior Scientist, and Mentor Barry B. Hughes served as a lead presenter at an Expert Meeting for the United Nations Division for Sustainable Development, Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
Pardee Center research was featured on the front page of Uganda’s Daily Monitor on Sunday, January 21.
At a three-day course organized by the Geneva Center for Security Policy in collaboration with the Executive Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Jonathan D.
The Mad Scientist Laboratory published a guest blog post this week by the Pardee Center’s Director Dr. Jonathan D. Moyer, Research Affiliate Alex Porter, and Deputy Director of the US Army Future Studies Group Dr. Christopher Rice.
An article in ISS Today expands on a recent report from the African Futures Project, a collaboration between the Pardee Center and the Institute for Security Studies, using IFs to assess Mozambique’s long-term developme
In December 2017, Research Associate II David K. Bohl joined a forum in Washington, DC hosted by the Atlantic Council and the US Army Future Studies Group: US Army Futures Forum: Structuring Our Futures Thinking.
Among many partners and clients, the Pardee Center has conducted invited research and analysis for several USAID missions, including Ethiopia, Southern and South Africa, and Uganda. In November, to continue and strengthen this partnership, USAID science fellow Ernest "Dick" Greene spent three days with our research staff learning the IFs model. Mr.