The pandemic is forcing African states to choose between holding elections on time and postponing them for safety. The risks run both ways.
A sobering look at how COVID-19 will affect Libya, Syria, and Yemen, where war and conflict have not only decimated most of these countries’ precious resources but are further destroying what remains of them.
Though the coronavirus pandemic has brought extraordinary challenges, it also presents states and institutions with the opportunity to assess and reform.
Africa is no stranger to recent outbreaks and therefore has a foundation to combat the coronavirus, but more must be done to ensure the informal economy is included in a comprehensive strategy to beat COVID-19.
The combination of a worsening climate crisis and ongoing human encroachment on the wilds will bring more pandemics.
Reconstruction is never easy, and in Yemen the road will be longer than most. The first step is to pass on “best practice” in favor of a critical, reflexive approach
How Affectiva CEO and cofounder Rana el Kaliouby harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to create social change
New detection system uses robotics to identify the disease, cutting down on time and human error
If trends persist, nearly half of the world’s adult population will be overweight or obese by 2030. A comprehensive intervention strategy is required to fight a scourge as damaging to the global economy as war.