This week: the future of geopolitics. From Australia’s place in Asia to the war in Europe, we discuss new ways of thinking, with Professor Marc Stears.
How are vaccine passports Australia’s ticket out of wide-ranging lockdowns?
Are mandates needed to counter vaccine resistance? We asked Nobel Laureate Professor Richard H. Thaler.
Do you actually need compulsory vaccination at your workplace? And if you do, as a last resort, how do you make mandates fair?
What have we learned from the various tracing methods to better prepare for the next plague?
We look at lessons learned from the use of digital contact tracing apps, launched with great promise early in the pandemic, but now largely regarded as ineffective by many countries.
Working from home and big tech gains spark debate about taxes and taxation as we look to tackle the economic effects of the pandemic.
Unlike many Western countries, China followed the best science to fight the pandemic.
The economic narrative coming out of Beijing is the idea of two circulations, but what will that mean for the global economy?
There is a growing lament in Australia that politicians let us down. But the lesson from the pandemic is that we, the people, have the power to change our economy and politics for a better future.
Prior to COVID-19, there were concerns about achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, a worry that has been clearly exacerbated by the pandemic.