David Cameron’s return to cabinet is a welcome precedent for former heads of cabinet willing to serve
Much of the enthusiasm for a new financial order might well be misaligned
The intersection between Artificial Intelligence and international relations has the ability to shape the balance of power in the world
Lecturers need to work with ChatGPT — it is not going away and the bad points can be managed
A looming question for both sides is whether the African Growth and Opportunity Act, through which a number of African countries get access to the US market, will continue in its current form.
The US house speaker’s stopover raised tensions between China, the US and Taiwan, but it is likely to pay off for leaders on all three sides as they head to the polls this year
Despite a number of laws being in place to ensure education is equal and accessible not all children enjoy this right
Government officials should do their work as if they are implementing policies as though they are doing so for themselves
These elections are a warning of how history can be washed over and and used to promote modern dynasties
The Russian invasion has sparked debate in South Africa, with many misguidedly concluding that Moscow is a natural ally of the country. This is not rooted in contemporary reality. South Africa is correct in its current position and must answer two questions before moving forward: who has a claim on Soviet history, and does South Africa still have a foreign policy?