In 2018, it is estimated that the world lost 2% of its global income to corruption, Daniel Kaufmann talks about the effectiveness of good governance to tackle this global problem.
“This is a tenuous, short-term solution, threatened by a lack of key specifics and by the volatile nature of day-to-day events in Yemen”. Read our policy analysis of the Stockholm agreement and the ongoing war in Yemen.
When is a so-called crisis an actual crisis? This article discusses the current and historical challenges of Anglo-American relations.
Read about Ghanaian Anas Aremeyew Anas’ ground-breaking journalistic work – written by Pranesh Narayanan
Luke Harding, a foreign correspondent working for The Guardian, gave a talk at UCL on February 8th. The talk covered a more recent scandal, and was premised on Harding’s latest book.
What is the role of digital technologies? Is the rise in technocracy going to lead to the disconnect with the public? “Have we all become ‘armchair experts’ on Trump and Brexit?”