On March 11, 2021, Pardee Center Research Scientist Willem Verhagen, Assistant Director of Analysis David K. Bohl, and Director Jonathan D.
The Pardee Center was recently cited in three UN Research Institute for Social Development reports that focus on human well-being, sustainable economies, and food systems, which may be accessed here and include:
Pardee Center authors Barry B. Hughes, Mohammod T. Irfan, José Solórzano, Vivian Yang, and Jonathan D. Moyer published in IOS Press Journal a research article on estimating current values of the Sustainable Development Goal indicators using an integrated assessment modeling platform.
On April 15, 2021, the University of Denver published an editorial feature on the Pardee Center's work analyzing the impact of COVID-19 on global development. The piece may be accessed here.
On May 5, 2021, UNDP hosted a High Level Rountable which explored innovative research by UNDP and the Pardee Center on the impact of COVID-19 on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Pardee Center facilitated another in a series of International Futures (IFs) training sessions for more than 80 UNDP personnel from around the world on May 25, 2021.
The concept of relational power in the international system is a key consideration for policymakers because it facilitates a clear understanding of the geopolitical position of states and their abilities to pursue foreign policy objectives.
Pardee Center Research Scientist Austin Matthews and Diplometrics Program Lead Collin Meisel shared a piece on the War on the Rocks platform titled Seeking Serenity: A New American Influence Strategy for Southeast Asia and Beyond. In the piece, Austin and Collin use the Pardee Center's Formal Bilateral Influence Capacity (FBIC) Index to analyze the state of competition between China an
On March 18, 2021 ,Pardee Center Research Associate Collin Meisel led a presentation to the USAID Ukraine Mission Director and staff on the Center's recent Scenario Surveillance Analysis, which was followed by a brief Q&A session.
The Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures was invited to present at the African Union Development Agency's (AUDA-NEPAD) 20th anniversary celebration in January 2021. The event provided an opportunity for prominent African scholars and thought leaders to reflect upon AUDA-NEPAD’s achievements and challenges since its inception in 2001.