In this piece, Isabel Wilson outlines several ways the covid-19 pandemic has been used to weaken already fragile democracies.
A remote, digitalised workforce became a norm in several countries during the covid pandemic. However, what are the challenges to continue this trend even after the pandemic subsides?
Money laundering, embezzlement, fraud and extortion are all obstacles that humanitarian organizations need to overcome to continue their operations. Turkan Omari writes on the challenges this pose and the measures taken to combat this issue.
For our Corruption Issue, Julian-Alexis Kasapov mapped out our fellow EU member Bulgaria and how some non-democratic measures in the country manages to fly under Brussels’ radar.
Isabel Wilson writes about the conflict of Western Sahara and the people who have been caught in the middle, displaced, vulnerable and forgotten.
Read Rine Mansouri’s take on the new economic challenges that will arise post-covid and the lingering questions of whether multilateral institutions are doing enough to help developing countries.
In this poignant analysis, Johannes Malmgren illustrates the discourses created by modern war journalism, as illustrated by the recent coverage of the conflict in Eastern Jerusalem.
Vilma Ellemark writes about various ways crime and organized crime impacts the ongoing pandemic, specifically regarding the vaccines.
Read Magdalena Kamont’s take on the conflicts in Ukraine, the logics that underpinned Russia’s annexation 2014, and what may lie in the future for the region.