Rhino horn consumers have a strong preference for wild rhino horn.
A truly mature relationship requires high levels of public participation and awareness, and this is what needs work with our northern neighbour.
African countries are struggling to implement the African Union’s protocol on free movement four years after its ratification.
Covid has led to delays in consumers receiving everything from furniture to groceries. This is how we might reshape supply chains after the pandemic.
A strategic partnership that is mutually rewarding and beneficial between Nigeria and South Africa should be the aim of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s visit to Nigeria.
The global shipping sector delivers 90% of global trade and has a carbon footprint the size of Germany’s.
Europe’s forests are growing, but tropical areas are losing tree cover at a massive scale due to EU demand for imported products. Here’s how to redress the imbalance.
Foreign trade outsources both emissions and environmental hazards.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: British High Commissioner Vicki Treadell on AUKUS and climate change.
Michelle Grattan discusses Australia's international relations alongside issues such as climate change and trade with British High Commissioner Vicki Treadell.
Before the container was standardized, loading and unloading goods was very labor-intensive, inefficient and costly.
The UK is attempting to renegotiate the Northern Ireland protocol, but its proposals are unrealistic.
The lesson to draw from our conflict over China policy is not that Australia is having trouble identifying its national interest, but that there’s really no such thing as a single national interest.
Tensions over a possible ‘sausage war’ between the UK and EU are brewing. How will leaders solve this Brexit-imposed trade dispute?
Governments must ensure that transport infrastructure is developed with the ability to cope with current and future climatic shifts.
The African Continental Free Trade Area is the largest in the world. The World Bank sees it as a means of lifting 30 million people out of extreme poverty. But will it?
Waiver talks might convince companies to focus on technology transfer and training, and let go of the plan to maximise patent-based revenues.
The process will take months, if it’s even approved. But just the threat of waiving intellectual property rights could spur faster action.
The Suez Canal’s history has been forged over a century by multiple entities and people. Its past has been marked by colossal stumbling blocks.
India and South Africa are pressing the World Trade Organization to waive patent rights to help ramp up vaccine production. There’s a better solution.
Nigeria and China should work more on the relationship between their citizens so that the two countries can continue to have good bilateral relations.