Angus McNelly situates the Latin American experience of COVID-19 inside the wider global dynamics of the pandemic.
In an article for The Journal of European Integration, Sarah Wolff and Stella Ladi write about how the EU has demonstrated a degree of adaptability to the permanent emergency mode and demonstrated a renewed political commitment to the European project.
In an article for The Review of International Political Economy, Lee Jones and Shahar Hameiri write about why both global and national health governance regimes have failed when encountering COVID-19.
In an article for International Affairs, Sophie Harman thinks about how gender operates as a determinant in global health.
Rowan Lubbock’s essay considers how the impact of COVID-19 in Venezuela is significantly shaped by past and present dynamics of US imperialism.
Professor Sophie Harman gives some advice about coming up with dissertation topics related to COVID.
Sophie Harman and her co-authors have published a new article in the journal Nature in which they draw on past experience of pandemics to understand the effects of COVID-19 on women.
Sophie Harman and her co-authors write a report on whether the pandemic will derail hard-won progress on gender equality. The report has been published by UNWomen.
Laleh Khalili writes a blog for e-flux on oil shipping during COVID.
Andreas Papamichail speaks with several academics bout the COVID pandemic in Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.