A perfect storm for developing countries
Interrelated economic and political crises in poorer countries are putting millions of lives at risk, but mitigation is possible. Leading economies must refrain from beggar-thy-neighbor policies and use their combined resources in the IMF and the World Bank to act quickly and unconditionally to avert disaster.
The global political response to COVID-19 was not effective, but we can learn from it
A memo on the political barriers to COVID-19 response informed the 2021 Global Preparedness Monitoring Board annual report. The Oxford COVID-19 Government Response Tracker team share some insights into their analysis.
"No room for cynicism": MPP alumnus interviews leading human rights defender Hina Jilani
Insightful interview with Hina Jilani whose credits include being a former Advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and the first Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General on Human Rights Defenders.