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Exploring the Indian Ocean as a rich archive of history – above and below the water line

  Isabel Hofmeyr, University of the Witwatersrand   Charne Lavery, University of Pretoria   On many beaches around the Indian Ocean, keen observers may spot bits of broken pottery....

How renewable energy can drive a post-COVID recovery

  Sumant Sinha, Chairman and Managing Director, ReNew Power Nations need to direct investments towards a green and healthy recovery, as insurance against future disasters. The...

Pesticides : les alternatives existent, mais les acteurs sont-ils prêts à se remettre en cause ?

  Michel Duru, Inrae;  Jean-Pierre Sarthou, Inrae;  Olivier Therond, Inrae et Xavier Reboud, Inrae Les débats en cours autour de la réintroduction provisoire des néonicotinoïdes –...

Shaping Mauritius’ Future: Education, Services and Environmental Protection

  Jaime de Melo, Emeritus Professor, University of Geneva Despite Mauritius’ history of resilience, Jaime de Melo highlights some of the country's fragilities in terms...

To build a resilient world, we must go circular. Here’s how to do it

  Naoko Ishii, Professor, Institute for Future Initiative, University of Tokyo and Frans van Houten, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Philips   The best way to build...

EU Blacklisting: a catalyst for setting up a regulatory framework for the financing of political parties

  Raj Makoond, Program Director - Eclosia & Chairman of the Financial Services Institute In this paper, Raj Makoond reviews the limited legislative changes that have...

State of democracy in Africa: changing leaders doesn’t change politics

  Nic Cheeseman, University of Birmingham For the last few years the African political landscape has been dominated by high profile changes of leaders and governments....

« Fake News » : Pourquoi s’en soucier?

  Rabin Bhujun, Fondateur et Lead Consultant RelateInc.  Les « fake news » prennent de l’ampleur et leurs dégâts réels restent encore à mesurer. Elles ont...

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