The Qatar World Cup is beaming misogyny around the world

Author : Sophie King-Hill, Senior Fellow at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham One of the fundamental questions...

Tackling climate change will require reforming the World Bank and IMF...

Author : Nicola Limodio, Assistant Professor of Finance, Bocconi University A global transition to a low-carbon economy will require investments...

why the result is so important to Biden and Trump

Author : Richard Hargy, Senior Teacher / PhD Candidate, Queen's University Belfast The outcome of the November 2022 US midterms...

heat on Qatar diverts attention from Fifa’s failure to tackle proven...

Author : Daniel Hough, Professor of Politics, University of Sussex Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 men’s football World Cup has...

Qatar’s death row and the invisible migrant workforce deemed unworthy of...

Author : Jocelyn Hutton, Research Officer, Death Penalty Research Unit, University of Oxford Qatari authorities are ignoring international law by...

Wakanda Forever reclaims the myth of an African utopia

Author : Emily Zobel Marshall, Reader in Postcolonial Literature, Leeds Beckett University Black Panther is set in the fictional country...

Zoe Gilbert’s Mischief Acts and reclaiming the myths of the natural...

Author : Joe Bedford, PhD in Literature and Languages, University of Leicester Every culture, by and large, has its myths...

Banksy’s copyright battle with Guess – anonymity shouldn’t compromise his legal...

Author : Enrico Bonadio, Reader in Intellectual Property Law, City, University of London Fresh from providing war-torn Ukraine with a...

after a year of Taliban government, women are more oppressed than...

Author : Hind Elhinnawy, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University The recent announcement that women and girls...

Labour sounds like the Tories on immigration – but its policy...

Author : Erica Consterdine, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, Lancaster University Keir Starmer has given a glimpse of what immigration...

What Awaab Ishak’s death says about the state of social housing...

Author : Paresh Wankhade, Professor of Leadership and Management, Edge Hill University The inquest into the death of a two-year-old-boy,...

World Cup concussion rules may be putting players’ lives at risk

Author : Keith Parry, Deputy Head Of Department in Department of Sport & Event Management, Bournemouth University In the eighth...

Why the UK needs to stop exporting plastic waste

Author : Steve Fletcher, Professor of Ocean Policy and Economy, University of Portsmouth The world produces a vast amount of...

James Webb space telescope uncovers chemical secrets of distant world –...

Author : Joanna Barstow, Ernest Rutherford Fellow, The Open University Since the first planet orbiting a star other than the...

telescope uncovers chemical secrets of distant world – paving the way...

Author : Joanna Barstow, Ernest Rutherford Fellow, The Open University Since the first planet orbiting a star other than the...

Why bullying in politics is a matter of democracy

Author : Rebecca Dobson Phillips, Lecturer, Centre for the Study of Corruption, University of Sussex Dominic Raab, the UK’s deputy...

targeting power supply earns Russia new title of ‘state sponsor of...

Author : Jonathan Este, Associate Editor, International Affairs Editor Temperatures are falling steadily across Ukraine. The UK’s Met Office forecasts...

the four points when officers got it wrong – a policing...

Author : Ian Palmer, Principal Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire The arrest of LBC radio reporter Charlotte Lynch on November...

Why do so many men get away with rape? Police officers,...

Author : John Fox, Senior Lecturer in Police Studies, University of Portsmouth Today in England and Wales, an estimated 300...

Why do so many people get away with rape? Police officers,...

Author : John Fox, Senior Lecturer in Police Studies, University of Portsmouth Today in England and Wales, an estimated 300...