In 2015, Ban Ki-Moon announced the new sustainable development goals as a ‘to-do list for people and planet’. What role should the UK play to help achieve these vital global goals?
France gave us the word intellectual; its world-leading thinkers taught us to reason. But in recent years, French thought has been in the doldrums – some say even in crisis. Award-winning historian Sudhir Hazareesingh asks: ...
Ciarán Devane, British Council chief executive and Mary Dejevsky, writer and broadcaster discuss UK-Russia relations and how the promotion of cultural values and ideas can play a vital role in building mutual understanding ...
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Professor Michael Clarke, Alison Baily, Dr Patricia Lewis, and Matthew Taylor gathered to reflect on the Syria crisis and the global response.
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