Is there a legal case against China for insufficiently warning the World Health Organization in the early days of COVID-19? EUI Researcher Mike Videler examines information-sharing obligations under international law, the potential of a WHO-led study that got off the ground this week, and some possible complications.
Young people in the global south already live the impact of climate change, but their voices in the transnational climate movement are often marginalised or ignored. EUI Policy Leader Fellow Alice Hubbard looks at why this is the case, and makes concrete suggestions to ensure that no one gets left behind.
People who perpetuate conspiracy theories about a fraudulent election are only too happy to point to erroneous polls as support for their claims. Now that it appears the US election is really over, EUI economists David Levine and Andrea Mattozzi offer some thoughts regarding political polling and election forecasts.