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WHO and COVID-19: Stress testing the boundary of science and politics

Specialised agencies like the World Health Organization (WHO) stress the importance of impartiality and independence to secure state compliance and support for their institutional mandate. Read More

Panels to power: Investigating the solar rebound effect in Vietnam

LUAN NGUYEN, SHYAMA RATNASIRI, LIAM WAGNER, DAN NGUYEN AND NICHOLAS ROHDE  | Solar energy has emerged as a beacon… Read More

Calculation of livestock biomass and value in Indonesia: Supporting informed policymaking

DOMINIC SMITH AND TARNI COOPER  |  Livestock play a vital role in Indonesia’s economy, underpinning livelihoods and food security, and holding cultural significance… Read More

Transitional justice at the National Human Rights Commission of Nepal: Challenging legitimacy, credibility, and effectiveness

RENÉE JEFFERY | In the wake of conflict and upheaval, the establishment of National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) often symbolises a commitment to… Read More

Who is buying electric vehicles in Australia? A study of early adopters

ANNA MORTIMORE, SHYAMA RATNASIRI AND MD SAYED IFTEKHAR | The global imperative to reduce carbon emissions has brought the issue of… Read More


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