foreign aid

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

A parliamentary supermajority is a chance for Mohammad Muizzu’s government to overhaul foreign policy, but Maldives thrives by embracing all willing partners.

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Chinese cash is reaping political rewards ahead of the Solomon Islands election as the West fails to walk the talk in its Pacific step-up.

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Solomon Islands host crucial elections watched from Beijing to Washington, but only China is putting its money where its mouth is in the region and it’s working

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Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare could retain power on April 17, but who stands in his way of making history?

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The possibility of Donald Trump returning to the White House and enacting his ‘America First’ policy could be ‘catastrophic’ for Ukraine.

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The Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting this week takes place amid a changing dynamic of security and development in the region.

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Time is short to act on loss and damage funding, after no action at COP26. With economic pain worsening, a new solution is gaining traction— debt cancellation.

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The world is much less stable than it was 12 months ago at COP26, but the adversities are unlikely to derail climate change action longer term.

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Modifying traditional foods for disaster-prone states in India can ensure adequate nutrition for people most in need.

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The world’s farmers grow crops for food as well as other uses. Those other uses threaten to crowd out our chance to feed the world’s hungry.

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China’s presence in the Pacific has taken new forms. What was once purely economic, is now much deeper.

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