This week, our experts are looking at the major trends in post-crisis globalisation.
Three graphs of mortality data tell the story of the direction the UK and the world are heading in after the peak of the coronavirus outbreak.
Many Yemeni women are not victims of war or just escaping or hiding. In many and contrasting ways they are actively supporting it, and not only on humanitarian grounds.
Hundreds of companies operate in illegal settlements in the Palestinian territories – and the UN is listing some of them.
China is reluctant to be more active in dealing with Pyongyang for fear of consolidating the US take over in the region.
Passionate musicians in Western India are committed to “break down the walls” of hate built by opportunistic politics between religious communities.
LGBTI employees relocating for a foreign assignment are likely to experience additional hardships compared to the typical expatriate.
In Hong Kong, challenges for the new generation of activists are not how to mobilise mass protests, but how to wrestle with the state’s innovative strategy to manage society.
As global demand for energy and mineral supplies increases worldwide, the number of man‑made earthquakes is expected to rise. That increases the importance of understanding connection between the two.
The population of India’s IT hub, Bangalore, grew for centuries because of nature, not despite it – a lesson that could give hope for the future of our modern cities.
Traditional notions of femininity and masculinity are in conflict, resulting in a surge of violence against Kyrgyz women.
China has become a commanding authority in infrastructure and has the opportunity to shape global development in ways that may define the rest of the 21st century.
A court decision securing last year’s peace deal and a new ceasefire have invigorated Colombia’s peace process, but there are plenty of ways it could still go wrong.
Green détente options could help South Korea ease the diplomatic tensions in the region.
Globally designed products which are then locally manufactured could lead to sustainable and inclusive forms of production and consumption.
How can we understand each other, especially when stereotypes cloud our view? An ethnographic movie captures a sense of the ‘other’ in an encounter between Maasai villagers and Dutch tourists.
Un 75% de todos los abortos en América Latina son ilegales y arriesgados, según un nuevo informe. En Centroamérica, la prohibición del aborto corresponde con una falta generalizada de democracia.
Constructing large dams can provide much needed electricity for Myanmar. But this can also threaten the livelihoods of millions.
What effect does India’s legal precariousness and lack of institutionalised support have on the ground? Most refugee groups have to rely on themselves.
China has successfully implemented afforestation to counter desertification. But, today, it faces another risk: its waters are declining.
Bringing back aurochs is a competitive and ambitious venture aiming at recreating wilderness in Europe. But ethical and scientific questions linger.
India is not able to do away with its caste politics. It has been apparent in the dramatic turn of Narendra Modi’s regime to woo lower castes through multiple policy measures.
After a baffling, silent attack on US Embassy staff in Havana, the Trump administration is using concern over its diplomats’ health as an excuse to reverse Obama’s rapprochement with Cuba.
The use of Agent Orange in Vietnam had deep impacts, including a poisoned water supply, birth defects and cancer. Despite decades of attempted litigation, justice for spraying victims seems unlikely.
Colourful glass beads and red blankets play an important role in Maasai culture. But their origins are surprising, and provide an interesting insight into cultural exchanges between Europe and Africa.