New book examines why failed policies to fight global problems persist
Wreckonomics by Ruben Andersson and David Keen is published by OUP.
Amir Lebdioui wins $550,000 award to research green transformation in Latin America
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Corneliu Bjola gives evidence on use of AI in diplomacy at UK parliament
Professor Bjola explored the risks and opportunities, along with approaches to regulation.
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