Who cares? Humanitarianism under attack
It’s official: the world is becoming more dangerous. Wars are on the rise, and humanitarian crises bloom like algae in their wake. Critically, these man-made disasters are happening at a time when the international community’s commitment to humane values – and ability to act – is increasingly in question.
This magazine advances our understanding of today’s changing world order. It asks, are we entering an age where far away suffering can be ignored? What tools and powers do institutions have to save lives in distant places. And considers how we go about restoring hope in international responses to shared global problems.
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