COVID-19 has dominated 2020 with unimaginable harm to health, economies, livelihood, and political stability. In the last few months, there have been signals of hope, possible exit ramps from this nightmare. COVID-19 vaccines, which conceivably could prevent and contain the

The WTO's Marrakesh Agreement famously enshrined the objective of sustainable development in its preamble 25 years ago. Now, policy in this realm has evolved dramatically, but we must not become complacent. Experts reflect on key takeaways from Geneva Trade Week. The debate over how to ensure

First posited in 1968 by American ecologist Garret Hardin, the Tragedy of the Commons describes a situation where shared environmental resources are overused and exploited, and eventually depleted, posing risks to everyone involved. Hardin argues that to prevent this, there should be

Today Trump opened another battlefront in his trade wars, with duties slammed on Chinese goods worth $34 billion. Expect China to retaliate with counter tariffs on US imports. China’s commerce minister was quick to announce: “China promised to not fire

This article is the third of a series: Pipe dream or achievable vision: How can we deliver on the 2030 Agenda? The 2030 Agenda foresees a bright future for humanity, one in which everyone enjoys peace and prosperity on a bountiful

Relocation 2004-2014: a Mirage or a Reality? Back in 2004, I was given the unique opportunity of guiding the relocation of the production process of several Italian fashion industries in that distant and complex country. An amazing experience! I shall be

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