US foreign policy has fuelled violence in Latin America throughout history. What impact will Trump’s latest policy changes have in the region and on its Dreamers?
The history of international development is full of brief bubbles of excitement over ‘silver bullets’ to combat poverty. Is the artificial intelligence hype any different?
Ethiopia’s Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is over half way towards completion. But will the dam cause more problems than it solves?
Iraq and Afghanistan are striking examples of the entanglement of Western aid and defence priorities. But is securitization here to stay?
Will American–and Mexican–nationalism be the end of the North American Free Trade Agreement?
The UK housing crisis dates back to the 1980s. The common solution is to build more housing–but are more systemic changes needed?
Trump's decision to cut aid to Palestine is a dangerous diplomatic move. But has aid done more harm than good in the Palestinian territories anyway?
The US and UK have long branded themselves as having a ‘special relationship’. But does this still ring true in the age of Brexit and Trump?
The recent election in Nepal appears to indicate a new national direction, presenting both consequences and opportunities for its powerful neighbours: India and China
The isolationist stance of the US administration is leading to closer ties between Russia and Latin America - particularly Cuba.