Syria is in a poor position to confront COVID-19. This argues that Europeans should prioritize helping fight the pandemic in all areas of Syria and re-engage in diplomacy aimed at conflict settlement and the prevention of military escalation among involve
As long as COVID-19 is a global concern, many aspects of daily life will be mediated by platform companies that see human interactions as content to be moderated, and as sources of data to be monetized
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed deep ideological divisions and geopolitical rivalries, especially between the US and China. This argues that ASEAN once again risks getting caught in between the two contentious major powers.
The WTO is struggling to respond effectively to the challenges of rapid economic, political, social, technological, and environmental change. In this series, authors examine where the WTO is falling short and discuss options for a modernized WTO.
This brief provides an overview of the science of COVID-19, in particular underlying treatments, testing and vaccines; and describes data-driven and forecasting model-based approaches towards pandemic management.
The global trade outlook following the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic is undeniably dark. This argues that for a durable recovery it is imperative to build on the leadership that some governments have shown and revive the multilateral system.
The digital economy and ecommerce are developing fast in Africa. The forthcoming implementation of the African free trade area will encourage intra-African trade. These two forces combined, offer a new inclusive future for Africa.