China’s innovation plans and international trade tensions may risk an economic ‘decoupling’ with the West.
Companies are moving their production back to developed countries. This is jeopardising the decades-long progress in global poverty reduction.
A new species of flatworm is invading us. It is metallic black in color and its name is Humbertium covidum.
The present state of legal education in Ghana cannot be discussed without understanding its beginings.
China is at a crossroads: it is retreating from the world’s major economies at the very moment it arguably needs to open up.
Could a national football team of multicultural players usher in a more inclusive version of Englishness?
Research shows that when people feel insecure and anxious they become more concerned with identity values such as nationalism, status and success.
Based on the nostalgic yearning for an imaginary past, Kiwiana should be quietly retired in the face of massive social and political change.
South African customary law should be understood from the perspective of dissonance between the past and the present.
As a zoonotic virus, COVID-19 is itself a symptom of human-influenced climate change. It is also indicative of the humanitarian impact of future environmental crises.
As the twin crises of climate change and Covid-19 continue to unfold, a traditional crop can help South American communities preserve biodiversity and their heritage.
As world trade breaks down into a patchwork of regional blocs, it raises questions about the future of global multinationals.
Illicit and legitimate trade are closely connected, so how come one seems to be rising while the other has plunged?
Coronavirus has revealed the extreme plight of Bangladeshi factory workers.
The Indian Ocean provides a new way of looking at world history that has been dominated by European accounts.
This week, our experts are looking at the major trends in post-crisis globalisation.
With half the global workforce facing job loss, massive stimulus packages are needed to revive emerging economies and reduce mass unemployment, poverty and starvation.
Tumbling global trade with China proves no country or sector is an island.
The response of individual nations to coronavirus has largely been ad hoc, piecemeal and in many cases, lethally ineffective – just like climate action.
Through archaeological studies of architecture, excavated trade goods, and ecofacts we can trace globalisation back thousands of years.