Tag: Corruption

Un Mundo Novo: A New World

In this article, Isabel O’Brien discusses the disregard for Rio’s favelas in the midst of political corruption and the impact of increased Olympic spending...

The Tourist Rush to Cuba: Is it right?

As the relationship between the United States and Cuba opens up, Tal Gurevich raises important concerns about ethical travel.  Tal also unpacks the troubling fascination...

Anti-corruption Day: A misguided focus

In today’s international development discourse, corruption is often considered as a developing world problem. According to the UN, however, corruption is a complex social, political...

The Republicans vs. Climate Change

Climate change is a topic that is growing increasingly political. Andrew Stretton explores the future of President Obama’s environmental policy in light of the...

Chevron and the ‘Amazonian Chernobyl’

When it comes to environmental degradation, the profits of large multinational corporations often trump the environmental costs. Adil Khan examines how the oil giant...