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Admissions and Life at the School, Health, welfare and well-being, Students

COVAX Phase II challenges and opportunities: Lessons from simulated negotiations

COVAX Phase II challenges and opportunities: Lessons from simulated negotiations

The United Kingdom has vaccinated nearly 90% of their adult population, while less than 2% of populations in low-income countries have received at least one dose. This dire picture reveals an urgent need for global cooperation. COVAX is an international initiative – jointly led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, the […]

Faculty, Governance, cooperation and law

Pro-Leave supporters in front of UK Parliament. Photo: Roman Boed

Britain’s post-Brexit choices

Huge amounts of time, effort, and frustration have gone into negotiating the terms of the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union. And with the UK set to hold a crucial parliamentary election on December 12, it still is not clear whether, when, and how Brexit will happen. But assuming […]

by × 05 November 2019 ×

Economic growth and resilience, Faculty

Prime Minister Theresa May. Image credit: Raul Mee

A Brexit strategy for a weak UK government

As Prime Minister Theresa May seeks to form a new government, following an election in which her Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority, she knows that, within days, she will also need to get down to the nitty-gritty of negotiating Britain’s exit from the European Union. Preparations for the Brexit […]

by × 09 June 2017 ×

Alumni, Governance, cooperation and law

Can Marrakech’s COP22 solve the unfinished tasks of Paris’ COP21?

Can Marrakech’s COP22 solve the unfinished tasks of Paris’ COP21?

In December 2015, the 21st conference of the parties (COP21) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) had made a decisive turning point in the world’s endeavour to avert dangerous changes in our climate. 195 nations pledged to keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius by the […]

by × 17 November 2016 ×