The latest issue of The Geographical Journal is available on Wiley Online Library. Click past the break to view the … More
By Rosa Mas Giralt The Guardian newspaper is currently publishing a series of reports looking at the increased political presence … More
by Magali Bonne-Moreau What do Ethiopia and Cambodia have in common? Aside from their complicated political histories, these two countries … More
On 26 July 2010 The Guardian newspaper ran an editorial on the recent discussion around the book The Spirit Level: … More
by Jayne Glass In April 2010 the Sunday Times newspaper reported that the wealth of the richest 1000 people in … More
Sarah Mills George Osborne announced his “tough but fair” Emergency Budget yesterday, aiming to tackle Britain’s record debt. The coalitions … More
In the week that Apple became the worlds most valuable hi-tech company, the organisation has faced criticism for the working conditions of production line workers in China. This article looks at the work in Geography around commodification and globalisation and reflects on the inequality that these processes can bring.
by paulabowles The first week of the conference has come to an end, and the final day has included two … More