Curated expert opinion on intractable contemporary issues
By Herbert Wulf | 18 January, 2023
Three developments contribute to the fact that 2023 could indeed become India's global political year: India's chairmanship of the G20 countries, interestingly its role in the war in Ukraine, and the increasingly widespread critical view of China.
To see the full list of Global Outlook articles, click here
By Tobias Ide | 17 January, 2023
Despite the rapid growth in environmental peace and conflict research over the past two decades, the field remains deeply divided, with little (constructive) engagement between the various research streams.
By Merewalesi Yee, Annah Piggott-McKellar, Celia McMichael and Karen E. McNamara | 13 January, 2023
Climate change is forcing people around the world to abandon their homes. In the Pacific Islands, rising sea levels are leaving communities facing tough decisions about relocation. Some are choosing to stay in high-risk areas.
By Cheong Wook-Sik | 10 January, 2023
Moon Chung-in, a noted expert in the field of international relations and peace affairs, shares his thoughts on where we’re headed in 2023
By Chung-in Moon | 08 January, 2023
How to de-risk a lexical change that represents dangerous trends: fragmentation, decoupling and confrontation.
By Herbert Wulf | 21 December, 2022
Is there a way out of the current constant political, economic and, above all, military escalation? Despite the seeming hopelessness of an end to the power struggle with Putin, despite the escalating situation in East Asia, despite the many wars and conflicts in Yemen, Syria, Mali etc., it is necessary to think about the possibilities for ending these wars on the security, political/diplomatic and economic levels.
The views and opinions expressed in Global Outlook are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Toda Peace Institute.