Ben Hinchcliffe explores why Africa needs an energy transition and how it can be done. Continue reading Africa’s Energy Transition
China’s diaspora has ancient origins, and in recent years it has increased in size, influence and importance, both at home and abroad. Continue reading China Abroad: The Chinese Diaspora
The Arctic is the newest foreign policy theatre, with opportunities for resource exploitation, trade – and conflict. Continue reading Arctic Geopolitics
Sikhism originated on the Indian subcontinent, but it has taken on global significance. Continue reading The Geography of Sikhism
Global food insecurity has been trending upwards due to unsustainable farming practices and climate change, with COVID-19 and the Ukraine conflict exacerbating the issue. Continue reading Why is Food Insecurity Rising?
Russia’s desire to conquer Ukraine rests in geography just as much as politics. Continue reading Why Russia Wants Ukraine
China’s economic boom has been fuelled by its favourable demographics, population and age profile. As this advantage disappears, might China struggle to adapt? Continue reading China’s Demographic Miracle – and Impending Decline?
Doughnut Economics suggests that economic priorities need to be re-focused on living within the natural boundaries of our planet. This article explores if this is possible and how it can be done. Continue reading ‘Doughnut Economics’: Can we meet the needs of all within the means of the planet?