5 mins

Closing the “governance gap” in infectious diseases before it’s too late

24 Jul 2019
Infectious diseases in one country often creates a domino effect of international consequences, requiring collective action.
7 mins

Solving “wicked problems”: A new approach to evaluation on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

11 Jul 2019
The Sustainable Development Goals place central importance on the nature of economic growth in terms of social inclusion, environmental protection, and good governance. However, as many of the goals are interlinked, what is the best way to assess progress on achieving them?
5 mins

The Weekly Global Roundup: The News From China And Hong Kong (April 22 to 27, 2019)

29 Apr 2019
In the same week: China organised the second Belt and Road Forum, the sentencing of four Occupy leaders in Hong Kong marked the end of years of prosecutions and tens of thousands protested against a government plan to allow extraditions to mainland China.
5 mins

The Weekly Global Roundup: Tragedy In France And Sri Lanka (April 15 to 20, 2019)

24 Apr 2019
The week started with a major fire at the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, France resulting in the collapse of its iconic spire, and ended with eight bombings in churches and hotels in Sri Lanka which killed at least 200 people.