Enlight writer Hermine Fanyan aims to find out whether the traditional banking system has the strength to compete with the new neo-banks.
Environmental factors have become more and more common as drivers of migration in the world. Staff writer Linnea Björk explains how this especially affects Central America, highlighting the precarious situation of Haitian refugees.
In this thought provoking piece, Enlight analyst Marine Khachatryan discusses how the pandemic could change how we analyze the motives behind consumerism.
For International Students Day, Louise Nilsson writes about the current situation for Belarusian students who have peacefully protested the government.
Five years ago a historic peace deal was signed between the Colombian government and the prolific guerilla group FARC. But what promises in the peace deal has been implemented, and has the deal’s historic equality clauses had any effect?
Research and development are integral parts of innovation, but poses economical challenges with the staggered and long term output. In his analysis, Enlight writer Hayk Khalantaryan untangles these challenges and proposes tax solutions.
How did South Korea become such a giant in the movie industry? Utblick writer Laura Sakhong interviews Erik Mobrand, associate professor in Korean Studies at Seoul National University to find out.
Education was one of the many challenges during the pandemic. But why did it pose so many difficulties? And were there silver linings? In this article, Enlight writer Anahit Hovakimyan highlights the ins- and outs of general education.
Staff writer Kathina Mehring discusses the neo-liberal connotations in the recent rise of girlboss-feminism.