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Global Trade

It has been a long year. No-one can deny that. Recent events have left us a world that is, paradoxically, both tired...

RETROSPECT

LOCKDOWN: Because of the coronavirus, much of the world went into complete or partial lockdown the last few months. Public life came...

Regulating trade of borderless resources: why maritime international law is often...

In order to provide an efficient and fair exchange of goods across the world, global trade requires a vast body of legislation...

A call to action

The decision by the Netherlands and Germany to withhold aid funds for southern European states ravaged by COVID-19 highlights the need for...

Profile: Emma Sinclair, Entrepreneurship to be admired

“My father always taught me to knock on doors to win business.” Even though women constitute 52% of the...

Review: The True Cost – shedding light into the abysses of...

Since this issue’s topic is global trade, I wanted to review and recommend a documentary about a highly globalised industry. The True...

Female political leadership in the time of coronavirus: A case against...

During times of crisis, the automatic reflex in our patriarchal world is to look towards strongmen who will take a tough and...

‘The great equaliser’? The reality of pandemic privilege

As COVID-19 rapidly spread across the world in the early months of 2020, we all have had to adapt to a new...

Why Joe Biden should not be underestimated

As many of you probably know, the US presidential election is scheduled – we do not yet know if the Corona crisis...

An Abundance of Food: but what a waste…

While working in the restaurant industry in The Hague, I was often required to clean up after private banquets were over. The...

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