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Articles and opinion

Article / 23rd May 2019

The wellbeing of families is facing challenges on many fronts and – particularly in the developing world – climate change is perhaps the greatest of these as it is exacerbating hunger and food insecurity, explains Siddharth Chatterjee for the Inter Press Service.

Article / 17th May 2019

In his 900th column for openDemocracy, Paul Rogers shows how economics and climate demand a new approach to international security.

Article / 1st May 2019

The UK is an outlier for subscribing to international treaties that enshrine socioeconomic rights, but without incorporating them in domestic law, writes Koldo Casla and Peter Roderick. 

Article / 18th April 2019

A decade after the financial crisis shook the foundations of the global financial system, the Bretton Woods Institutions face an uncertain future. The following overview is written for a series on the 'crisis of multilateralism' by openDemocracy with The Bretton Woods Project.