In the second installment of SUDAN WEEK, journalist Elsadiq Elbidari explains the challenges of the Sudanese media professionals under both the dictatorship and the Transitional Council.
In the first installment of Utblick’s SUDAN WEEK, Sudanese PhD Student and scholar Yasir Zaidan makes the case for a subaltern security approach in the conflict between Sudan and South Sudan.
Staff writer Laurin Zils explores the world of foreign direct investment and discusses possible reasons that governments choose to welcome it, and reasons they shut it out.
With a year since the military coup d’état in Myanmar, what has really happened? Staff writer Laura Sakhong discusses the violent repressions of pro-democracy protests and the current whereabouts of former state counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi.
In a poignant essay, staff writer Dominique Keizer discusses what the consumer can change in order to preserve nature’s resources, and what to look for if you want your consumption to be more sustainable and fair.
The global economic system is constructed in a manner which excludes the majority of people keeping it afloat. In this piece, staff writer Linnea Björk discusses this in relation to the chocolate business, not least in West Africa.
We are thrilled to make our latest issue available online! In our ‘Beyond the Storm’ issue, six writers discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic beyond the health implications.
Sudanese guest writer Sara Mohamed explains pivotal events in Sudan’s interior politics from the 1940’s to today, and what events preambled the current turmoil.
The new Swedish migration policy has caused turmoil in the universities and among academic circles. In our last article of the year, Laura Sakhong interviews Raghav Sharma who is affected by the new law.