Olga Dubanyevich writes about the recent incidents in Ukraine with an appeal to the world for action towards peace, rehabilitation and solidarity.
Latika Kumar’s second article in the “Understanding Multiculturalism” series details the real challenges of multicultural societies.
Iryna Lozynska traces the historical, political, philosophical and consumer dimensions of the COVID-19 public health crisis to navigate the roads ahead for consumers and society globally.
Iryna Lozynska says that with unprecedented connectivity comes a perceived homogeneity, where a Millennial in North America “feels” a lot more similar to a Millennial in Southeast Asia. Is this a fundamental, observable fact, or merely the smoke and mirrors effect of social media? Will this spirit of shared values blow away at the first geopolitical hiccup, or is this a Brave New World here to stay?