In the early stages of the formal Brexit negotiations between the British and European Union representatives, a key obstacle to progress is the issue of citizens’ rights. Here we examine four options for the negotiators.
In the UK the once largely ambiguous and unaddressed topic of English national identity, or rather Englishness, has been forced upon the national agenda. What is Englishess?
International development is facing a number of significant challenges in the contemporary period. These challenges are examined in this policy briefing.
Despite being motivated by a common concern to help people in need, the humanitarian and development sectors worldwide do not respond to contemporary crises, such as state fragility, population displacement and civil war, in the same way.
The SDGs were ratified by UN member states in New York towards the end of September 2015 and include seventeen goals with 169 associated targets. This publication examines the prospects for the successful delivery of these goals.
Alex Prior is on a mission to understand the disconnect between politics, parliament, policy and the citizen. Why did the UK vote for Brexit? Were there other factors at play, including a wider resentment that communities are being ignored as policy is developed in London?
The number and range of international summits provide world leaders with the opportunity to meet and address global issues. But what is the future for international summits?
The result of the UK General Election has plunged the country, for the second time in less than a year, into national political chaos and a crisis of government. The result places enormous pressures on the delivery of government, the start of the UK-EU Brexit negotiations, the authority of the prime minister and the process of policy-making.
There is a great deal of confusion surrounding globalisation. It is often used as a convenient short-hand term or concept by politicians, journalists, economists, and policymakers alike. But what is globalisation?