Failure to push back against the current trajectory of social media platforms could be dire for democracy.
This week: we revisit our discussion with Singaporean diplomat, academic and author, Kishore Mahbubani.
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.
As governments worldwide strive to restore business as usual, do we need to reframe our idea of prosperity?
Smart cities continue to spread, but how is the North-South divide impacting development in the Global South?
The pandemic has pushed millions out of the global middle class and increased the number of poor.
Is a gender-lens on public policy needed to ensure an equitable future of work?
As we enter the new Asian century, what will the choppy waters of globalisation hold?
What chance does a political party promising to radically reduce home prices to improve affordability have of getting elected?
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.