Gain an insight into approaches and policies used by South Asia’s women leaders, how they manage disasters and gender equality amidst Covid.
Minna graduated from SOAS’s Centre for Gender Studies and is now classed as one of the leading black feminist activists in the UK.
The COVID-19 pandemic has emerged as a new factor that will have lasting policy consequences over the regulation of international trade and foreign direct investment
… by 2030 global trade may have been revolutionised to comprise something closer to a global matrix of artificial-intelligence-driven, digital-currency-supported, and SME-sales dominated trade.
“The more we understand what is happening in the world, the more frustrated we often become, for our knowledge leads to feelings of powerlessness. We
We interrogate the past in order to illuminate the present, and the study of modern Chinese history should help us to understand the present condition
Post-Brexit relations with Africa: why the UK needs to act.
The demand for national leadership to unite a clearly passionate and divided United States could not be higher, but President Donald Trump is instead adopting
Covid-19 will cause serious issues for Latin American companies.
Amidst the Covid-19 crisis, SOAS students’ SCRAP Weapons group call for freeze on weapons supply.
The current crisis should be used as a basis to rebuild and strengthen solidarity between people and nations.
The rapid rise in Brazil’s Covid-19 cases is a direct result of the president’s actions.
Two SOAS academics discuss Covid-19, law and gender.
“Why are firms struggling with the pandemic’s disruption still so focused on distributing profits to shareholders?”
“It would be a tragedy if, post-COVID-19 crisis, the previous unjust global economic order was simply restored.”
Could the coronavirus pandemic lead to a rise in falsified medicines?
What does this global health emergency mean for the world’s economy?
Covid-19, the oil industry, and wider economic effects.
Dr. Joanne Tomkinson explores Covid-19’s effect on African architecture.
How is Covid-19 impacting Europe’s current and future interactions with China?
With schools closed and many children without internet or electricity at home, the social divide is apparent.
Are world leaders taking a global view of the coronavirus pandemic? Or are they the blind leading the blind?
“Covid-19 campaigns across Africa respond to another key aspect of African societies: multilingualism.
The theme for Earth Day 2020 is ‘climate action’.
SOAS academic disputes suggestions that Ramadan will increase Covid cases.
No evidence behind use of Traditional Chinese Medicine to cure Covid-19.
Dr. Aweno Okech discusses COVID-19’s impact on teaching and learning.
“Nigeria’s situation, distinctive in many ways, is not unique.”
An economic crisis engulfing both core and periphery of the world economy.
Active listening, negotiation, and working towards a common goal in the age of Coronavirus.
This article has been published in a series of languages – you can read in French, Spanish, and Italian. In the face of the COVID-19
On the 31st of March, 2007 at exactly 7.30pm; the vibrant city of Sydney in Australia dimmed down. It did not sparkle the ocean like