Comment & Opinion - Columnists Archives

28 July 2021
Duncan Green offers ideas to ensure we don't waste the transformational potential of the pandemic for aid's ongoing localisation challenge. Lots of people are hailing a surge in…
27 July 2021
This interview was conducted by the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues, which brings together young professionals to look ahead 15 years…
23 July 2021
Hizbullah Khan argues that the recent withdrawal of Us forces will not spell the end of the Afghan government as feared by many. In April 2021, President Joe Biden officially…
22 July 2021
In this long-read Robert H. Wade argues that the climate change consensus is dangerously stifling debate and analysis, and offers concrete policy recommendations to…
21 July 2021
This is part of a forthcoming Global Policy e-book on modern slavery. Contributions from leading experts highlighting practical and theoretical issues surrounding the persistence …
19 July 2021
Chiara Oldani describes the challenges of the 2021 Italian presidency of the G20 following the pandemic year. The year 2021 started under very bright auspices, especially for…
16 July 2021
As countries closed their borders and quarrelled over vaccines, some thought there was little role for international organisations. Yet, say Maria J Debre (University of…
15 July 2021
This interview was conducted by the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues, which brings together young professionals to look ahead 15 years…
13 July 2021
Fueling Resistance: The Contentious Political Economy of Biofuels and Fracking by Kate J Neville. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2021. 264 pp., £47.99 hardcover 9780197535585…
08 July 2021
This interview was conducted by the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues, which brings together young professionals to look ahead 10 years…