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Game over for globalisation?
Dean Ngaire Woods on Barry Eichengreens’ argument that the financial crisis and Covid-19 might have ended globalisation had major governments not changed tack ,and his concern that no such effective change of tack is occurring in respect of the China-US relationship today.
The first Dame Louise Richardson Professor in Global Security discusses the state of the world and how good government matters more than ever.
Janina Dill, the first Dame Louise Richardson Professor in Global Security discusses the state of the world and how good government matters more than ever.
Professor Janina Dill appointed to Dame Louise Richardson Chair in Global Security
Professor Janina Dill has been appointed to the inaugural Dame Louise Richardson Chair in Global Security, building on the School’s expertise in international law and government, and its wide-ranging engagement on issues from cyber security to reducing state fragility.
Between war and words: Can economic deterrence help uphold international stability?
From becoming the last century’s original tool of last resort sanctions have become, by its most prolific user’s own admission, the tool of first resort this century. Across the G7 and beyond officials are reflecting on their experience of mounting the largest economic response to a security crisis in institutional memory.
School record broken as almost 90% of 2023 master of public policy students have full or partial funding
The Master of Public Policy (MPP) class of 2023 arrived in Oxford, hailing from 58 different countries, for the start of their journey to navigate public policy. In total, almost 90% of this year's class of 147 brilliant students are receiving some funding to support their participation in the programme.
What it will take to get all children educated: final RISE conference after eight years of research
The final RISE (Research on Improving Systems of Education) conference starts at the Blavatnik School today, capping an eight-year, multi-country, £43m programme that has changed thinking and practice in the push to get the world learning.
During COVID-19, every government wanted information on what other countries were doing. Volunteers provided it from their bedrooms.
Thomas Hale argues that, with more pandemics ahead, nations shouldn’t rely on spontaneous volunteer efforts for mission-critical information.
The Lemann Foundation Programme is a comparative research programme with an emphasis on Brazil, which generates and disseminates knowledge to improve the public sector and its associated institutions.
See how the School is responding to the climate emergency through our research and insight.
The Library of Global Public Goods was set up to share free learning resources that will enrich conversations among educational leaders in Global South countries.
Our research underpins our mission to inspire and support better government and public policy around the world.