As the world shuts its borders to control the spread of COVID-19, concerns for women arise.
At the critical moment when the benefits from globalisation still matter, a new balance will be struck between market principles and political security concerns.
How quickly the global economy recovers from what the International Monetary Fund has referred to as the “Great Lockdown” depends on how soon the pandemic is controlled.
The world is currently in the grips of two era-defining crises. The Coronavirus pandemic and the one rapidly heating our planet, that could have even worse effects.
For Cambodia, the UK and Italy, these have affected not only health and medical services, but also livelihoods, job security, economic stability and education.
Every day at 9am, my daughter sits in front of a laptop in her school uniform and attends classes over Zoom. However, not everyone is so lucky.
Like the HIV epidemic before it, COVID-19 is exploiting the extreme inequalities between countries and within them to take root among disadvantaged and vulnerable communities.
Some us tech giants, claiming they are “global” companies providing a level playing field for civic discussions, have once again proven by their own actions that they are, in nature, tools of US political interests.
East – Asian and Pacific economies are expected to rebound next year, but debt overhangs need to be addressed and damage to potential growth would need to be minimised
The COVID-19 pandemic has taught India several painful lessons. The first is that we can no longer continue with the ruthless exploitation of nature.
The idea that young people do something for their country before embarking on their individual career paths is more valid than ever.
The current global crisis is multi-layered. What would Mahatma Gandhi do had he been faced with this crisis?
The World Health Organization (WHO) Emergencies Director Michael Ryan: “People need to wake up. The data is not lying. The situation on the ground is not lying.”
Recently, Europe’s attitude toward the US has further sparked discussions on the decline of US influence.
Even though there’s little talk of Fridays for Future anymore, Green parties and policies are finally getting closer to government across Europe.
Before the Coronavirus pandemic, the German government declared climate protection and phasing out fossil fuels the most pressing issues facing the country.
The best book Chanakya read this year was A Dominant Character: The Radical Science and Restless Politics of JBS Haldane by Samanth Subramanian.
On June 29, researcher Adrian Zenz published a report accusing China of forcing Uyghur women in Xinjiang to be sterilised in order to limit ethnic minority population.
Where to even start? The brightness with which this exemplary nation once shone is fading fast: Freedom of the media is taking a beating. Democracy itself is under threat.
Putin: Neglecting the lessons of history inevitably leads to a harsh payback. We will firmly uphold the truth based on documented historical facts.
Antonio Guterres: No one can predict what comes next, but I see two possible scenarios: First, the “optimistic” possibility, and a second, bleaker one.
The world economy is plummeting toward a recession and the unemployment rate has soared worldwide.
We usually say that we need to unite in order to overcome a challenge, but this time, we needed to isolate in order to survive.
Much has been spoken and published over the years by national governments and organisations on the importance and the need to save nature.
Coronavirus misinformation spread by Russian and Chinese journalists is finding a bigger audience on social media in France and Germany than content from the European nations’ own premier news outlets, according to new research. Whether…
If China and the US are bringing uncertainties to this world, Tokyo is one of a few stabilising factors left in today’s international politics.
Departing from Nanchang, the capital of China’s Jiangxi province, a cargo train loaded with medical materials against COVID-19 arrived in Paris.
With neither side interested in stirring up trouble, the two agreed to get together more closely.
If there is one area in which India’s politicians have led by example, it is in observing the protocols that have come about from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brexit, a major setback for the European Union process, exerts an impact on the EU and the European continent both in the current and over the long run.