The politics of global governance: How do small developing countries navigate their way through?
Small developing countries like Honduras face unique challenges when operating within global governance structures. Marcela Arias (MPP 2021) explores the opportunities multilateralism offers smaller states to build their nations and take an active role in global governance.
Focus on: Applications
Budget well, do your research and don’t give up! Thinking creatively to fund your year on the Master of Public Policy
Securing funding for your master's can be stressful. MPP alumna Nina Bengtsson (2021) explains how she obtained funding from a range of different sources and shares tips on how to navigate this process.
Focus on: Climate crisis
More mining cooperation, not less, would be needed in the run up to carbon neutrality
Though phasing down the role of global mining industries may seem like a logical step in the journey to carbon neutrality, MPP alumnus Yanzhu Zhang argues that more mining cooperation will be needed in the first instance to produce the technology and capacity required for the clean energy transition.
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.