Today’s international environment is a complex series of interconnections between nation-states and regions, transnational organisations and communications systems, natural resources, cultures, laws, trading regimes, surveillance mechanisms, migration, and refugee flows, bound up with security, environmental and health problems.
We explore the causes and consequences of globalisation in the contexts of business, diplomacy, policy development, environmentalism, and advocacy.
Our research and teaching examines the dramatic paradoxes of globalisation by undertaking an integrated, cross-disciplinary analysis of global trends, development, culture, and inequality in the context of a global civil society.
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