Action on Forest Governance Can Play a Critical Role in Britain’s Post-Brexit International Development Strategy
The UK’s global leadership on forest governance fits well into the government’s ambition to align trade and aid goals, write Jade Saunders and Alison Hoare.
Palace Edges Ahead in Morocco’s Constitutional Power Struggle
Despite reforms and a stronger parliament, the monarchy remains capable of imposing its authority over the country’s politics, writes Mohammed Masbah.
Western Policy Towards Syria: Applying Lessons Learned
Over the past six years, there has been a significant gap between the West’s rhetoric and its actions in Syria. Western policymakers must learn from their mistakes to form a more effective strategy, according to a new research paper.