The COVID-19 pandemic has manifested itself as the worst peacetime shock to the global economy in the past century. How has Russia fared amidst this crisis?

Apurva Sanghi |

At the height of summer, the air conditioner is your best friend. But what do you do when blistering hot summer days become more frequent and intense? That’s increasingly the case in many European…

Solene Dengler, Anita Ellmauer-Klambauer, Zuzana Stanton-Geddes |

Ask any tourist visiting Central Asia what they love about the region and, among other responses, you are likely to hear about their mouth-watering experience eating fresh, tasty fruits and…

Kateryna Schroeder, Sergiy Zorya |

This week, the World Bank shares its top priorities as it continues to fight COVID-19 through the largest response in its history as an institution, with new health projects in Haiti and Uganda.…

Priyanka Ripley |

The One Health initiative, while it may sound deceptively simple, is in fact a complex effort to bring together people, knowledge, expertise, and information to improve the ties between humans,…

Lilia Burunciuc |

Serbia is among the more than 130 economies in the world that has either a stand-alone small claims court or a simplified procedure for small claims. However, compared to other jurisdictions in…

Srdjan Svircev, Gladys Senderayi, Svetozara Petkova |

As countries grapple with the impact of COVID-19, policy makers are seeking effective, balanced solutions to address both public health and economic recovery challenges.

Mari Elka Pangestu |

The extent of the COVID crisis demonstrates that investments in Kosovo aimed at response and resilience can go a long way in saving lives, by limiting the spread of the disease, and livelihoods.…

Aanchal Anand |

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Such is the case with this image of Aina Jakypova, a math teacher from a Kyrgyz village, explaining percentage calculations on the front gate of her…

Lilia Burunciuc |