Author Archives: Mohamed H. A. Hassan

Global Science Gaps Need Global Action

This article is in Ending the Inertia on Energy Policy, Winter 2008

What does all this rush of activity add up to? Is it just another episode of fleeting interest in countries and people that have been left behind? Or are we entering a new era marked by sustained investments in ST&I, not just in the developed world but increasingly in the developing world as well? I […]


This article is in Information Technology and the Research University, Fall 2005

In defense of defense spending CHARLES V. PEÑA’S “A REALITY CHECK on Military Spending” (Issues, Summer 2005) falls short of confronting the broad challenge of how the United States might best engage on the issues of global security. His approach seems almost to be a casual excuse for cutting the budget: settle for playing the […]