▶︎ Travel Report: Chile & Singapore Part 2

Part 2 of the Travel Report is a panel discussion about different types of human security challenges that Singapore is facing today and could come to face in the future. Our panelists include Mark Hann from the organization Human Security Collective located in Hague, Kristina Göransson who is the Deputy

▶︎ Covidspiracy – The Threat and Fascination of Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories hold a certain power over us and in this podcast we discuss the reason for that. We focus in on the theories surrounding the outbreak of Covid-19 and what negative effects have come from this, such as a rise in anti-asian hatecrime and further suspicions towards vaccines. We

▶︎ Live Show 3/2/21: Recounting 2020

No one missed that the least years were quite a special year but you might have missed some special things that happened in 2020.  The Association of Foreign Affairs brings you a recounting of 2020 ‘a la Pod&Radio style. Enjoy this edited version of our previous live-show where we talk

COVID-19 Vaccine Programs Shine Light on Global Health Inequality

By September 2020, the world’s richest countries, which represent less than 15% of the global population, have bought over 50% of all available COVID-19 vaccine doses. What is more, high and middle-income countries have additional bilateral deals to administer further doses that exceed their actual need many times. This has

Is there a chance to heal our relationship with nature in a post-Covid world?

This pandemic has exposed many deep issues regarding the relationship between our species and the natural world. After the immediate stresses, we have the opportunity to create a better, greener future but this will require global cooperation, regardless of political direction.  As the world battles Covid-19, many measures taken to

Coronavirus and Persian Literary Humanism

This article is a contribution from Mehdi Ghavideldostkohi, lecturer and Persian language instructor at Lund University’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies. It covers a fascinating relation between Persian literature and the current pandemic outbreak – and what this means for human affinity. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez, while announcing the extension of