Unless deep-rooted socioeconomic and security issues are addressed, Africa’s development miracle risks being derailed. Nowhere is this truer than with the G5 countries in the Sahel.
One brought an exemplary response, the other an unmitigated disaster.
A global crisis – this time the COVID-19 pandemic – has once again underscored the dangers of Nigeria’s economic overreliance on oil.
In Vietnam we can see many of the challenges, and solutions, to farming in the era of climate change.
Examining two prominent cases that provide a window into the world of international arbitration: Equagodmining v Ecuador, and P&ID v Nigeria.
LNG imports and Azeri pipelines look set to lessen Europe’s dependence on Russian supplies, potentially limiting Moscow’s political and economic influence over the region.
Exploring the economic, environmental, and geopolitical dynamics surrounding the ongoing water crisis in Crimea.
Recounting the economic damage and government bailouts that COVID-19 has left in its wake.
In a world ravaged by COVID-19, multilateralism is the only path leading back to global prosperity.
Industrial accidents and contamination, all too often paid for by the Canadian people, illustrate the desperate need for an overhaul in environmental law.