While exploring the past of the Hertie School’s building at Friedrichstraße 180, first-year MIA student Hannah Hückstädt explains why it is the ideal place for studying public policy and international affairs. When I went to… [Read more]
Month: January 2018
Trouble in the Indian Neighbourhood?
In a country separated from the rest of the continent by some of the world’s largest mountainous terrains, its geography not only dictates its ‘destiny’ but is crucial to understand India’s relations with other countries in South Asia.… [Read more]
Economic Growth in The USA: When is it Time to Stop Saying, “Thanks Obama”?
Economic growth is a constant talking point for politicians in the United States. A politician’s popularity or reputation, in particular, often thrives or suffers based on the state of the economy. Presidents are no different.… [Read more]
Equal Health Care Access May Be the Key to Lasting Peace in Colombia
In a country twice the size of Texas and home to three mountain ranges rivaling the Alps, unraveling historical inequality, complex geography, political divides, and a lack of rule of law, universal health care access… [Read more]
Italy’s Blairites are turning Corbynistas
Two of Italy’s prominent politicians, communists-turned-centrists, are now returning to their leftists roots in order to challenge the moderate government that side-lined them, in the latest manifestation of Italian zigzag brand of politics. MIA student… [Read more]