Dr Andi HoxhajLink opens in a new window of Warwick Law, a specialist in anti-corruption law and policy, civil society, European integration, Western Balkans and regulatory law and policy, comments on the news that the UK has announced sanctionsLink opens in a new window on Milorad Dodik, Bosnian-Serb member of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s state-level Presidency, and Zeljka Cvijanovic, President of the entity of Republika Srpska, "for their destabilising activity in Bosnia and Herzegovina."
"The report shows the need to take the necessary steps to close the adaptation gap, including addressing the global socioeconomic inequalities that disproportionally distribute climate risks and vulnerabilities onto poor and marginalised communities in the Global South."
Laws governing weddings are outdated and too restrictive in contemporary society, new research shows
Current laws governing weddings are too outdated and restrictive and do not reflect the diversity of faith and beliefs in modern society, a new report from experts at the Universities of Warwick and Exeter highlights.
The fourth day of COP26 is Energy Day and University of Warwick researchers are putting forward their views on the issues and challenges in combatting climate change through our energy use.
Dr Tom Pettinger, Professor Keith Hyams, and Dr Caroline Kuzemko, all of Politics and International Studies, comment.
Dr Sharifah Sekalala from Warwick School of Law comments on Unicef's call to G7 countries to begin distributing vaccines now rather than waiting and sending surplus doses in one go.
"Countries in the G7 should avoid a model in which they think about dumping excess vaccines in developing countries and instead think about creating better supply chains."