Coronavirus calls for sensible language
Transforming diseases into foes and therapies into battles isn’t the best way to face contagion. When did panic and catastrophe help anyone organise anything?
Why tourism’s future lies in its past
Climate change and carbon footprints, political unrest, global epidemics – what does it all mean for the future of tourism?
Travel bans won’t prevent coronavirus spread
Victoria University of Wellington Vice-Chancellor Grant Guilford argues the imposition of travel bans is perhaps the most commonly misused intervention in trying to stop an outbreak of disease.
Forest missed for the trees in Huawei controversy
The University of Auckland’s Gehan Gunasekara explores the relationship between national security and economic interests in the Huawei debate.