MPP alumnus Yanzhu Zhang presents some of the key 50th anniversaries worth celebrating in 2022 for China as international cooperation to confront global challenges becomes increasingly necessary.
The future of trade is green, and the future of trade is African. But with the global economy increasingly shaped by geopolitical and climate imperatives, how can the continent best advance its development goals?
This year marks 30 years since the principle of "common but differentiated responsibility" was formalised. Alumnus Yanzhu Zhang writes about the importance of this anniversary.
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.
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.
Thomas Hale responds to a report from the new UN Special Envoy for Future Generations aimed at putting temporal problems on the agenda.
An analysis of the EU's Green Deal and its wider impact.
A closer look at the EU's Taxonomy Regulation act.
Concerns about the implementation of net zero targets have turned into criticism of the concept itself.