Comment & Opinion - Columnists Archives

16 January 2019
This interview was conducted by the Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues, which brings together young professionals to look ahead 10 years…
15 January 2019
The next era of global economic expansion must better account for the inner tension between its levelling and gravitational forces. How can we grow our economies without growing…
14 January 2019
There is one glaring omission from SDG 14, argues Laura Liswood: women. The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 14 is focused on the effort to conserve and sustain the…
14 January 2019
Mark Chadwick introduces his new book exploring the origins of modern international criminal law. The Nuremberg and Tokyo trials, convened in the aftermath of World War II, are…
11 January 2019
Gisela Robles and Andy Sumner's guest post on From Poverty to Power explores what is means to be poor and where the poor live. It sounds like a simple question: Who are the world’…
10 January 2019
Helidah Ogude, Social Development Specialist at World Bank in Washington, DC, explores the impact refugees have on the host countries, the approach towards migrants and the role…
10 January 2019
Stephenie Foster on how to address the barriers to women's careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Our world faces multiple challenges: fragility of economic…
09 January 2019
Brian Levy responds to two recent blogs exploring his idea of 'working with the grain' to support governance and developmental reforms. When does a call to ‘work with the grain’…
09 January 2019
Social media and technology companies are quickly branching beyond the developed world. As their need for growth expands the map of their geographic footprint, tech firms…
08 January 2019
Utopia for Realists: And How We Can Get There by Rutger Bregman. London: Bloomsbury 2017. 336 pp., £16.99 hardcover 9781408890264, £8.99 paperback 9781408893210 The Dutch…