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ReBuild Ukraine: neoliberal reforms, energy and post-war pathways

Read the new short report by our affiliate researcher Olena Lyubchenko examining trends in Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction. The report analyses the November 2023 ReBuild Ukraine…

Transition and Climate Justice, by Sabrina Fernandes

Edward Burtynsky’s aerial photograph in the video image – which looks a lot like a painting – can lead to confusion: we need to find…

Alameda Talk Series: On the terminal crisis of Humanitarianism

The inaugural Alameda Talk Series of 2024 at the Frontline Club London brought a distinguished panel comprising Olivia Rutazibwa, Lily Lynch, Paolo Gerbaudo, and Juliano…

The death of humanitarianism

They called it “the 21st century arriving early”. In April 1999, the New York Times declared Kosovo a template for the new millennium. Nato’s humanitarian intervention in…

XII / In solidarity with Ukraine: Reflections on war and death

I am writing this note of solidarity from Lebanon, which for decades was taken as synonymous with war. War remains a possibility here: it is…

XI / Sovereignty and the polycrisis

Sovereignty is usually defined in relation to the nation-state, with attention to borders and state formation, the control of territory and resources, and the self-determination…

X / From Bandung to the Cape: Meaningful internationalism requires confrontation with capital

In February, South Africa participated in joint military exercises with Russia and China. Taking place for 10 days just off the stretch of Indian coastline…

IX / Humanitarianism after Unipolarity

The Ukraine war, more than any other event, has marked the transition from a unipolar world to one with two or more great powers. And…

VIII / The Return of the United States: Ukraine and the 'Rules-Based International Order’

​​The United States’ dedication to arming Ukraine in its​ ​attempt to repel the Russian Federation’s invasion presents a puzzle: why, exactly, has the ​nation been…
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