Author: Jason Institute

Will the Coronavirus pandemic hasten deglobalisation?  By Emanuel Skoog Humanity is presently facing an international crisis – perhaps the greatest, all-encompassing of our generation [1]. The spread of the Coronavirus globally is alarming, however, not unexpected since globalisation creates universal risks. With travel, finance, commerce, cyber, and other...

By Steven van der Plas and David Mendelsohn Political instability and socio-economic uncertainty have led over four million Venezuelans to leave their country in search of a better future. The largest recorded refugee crisis in the whole of the Americas has put tremendous pressure on the...

Read the new JASON Magazine. This issue of JASON Magazine highlights the current political challenges in Latin America. In this magazine, you can read more about the public protests in Chile, the role of indigenous people in these protest movements and the prospects of R2P in Venezuela. This edition also...

Will the corona pandemic lead to an ever-closer euro-zone integration?  By Emanuel Skoog The French political economist, diplomat, and one of the founding fathers of the European Union Jean Monnet made the argument that “Europe will be forged in crises” [1]. European governments continuously try to organize resources needed...

China’s quest to gain an advantage within the domain  By Emanuel Skog At the start of the 2017 school year Russian schoolchildren watched President Putin’s televised address outlining that “artificial intelligence (AI) is the future, not only of Russia, but of all mankind’’ [1]. Furthermore, he argued that “whoever becomes the...

By Aileen Schuurmans  ‘Indigenous groups expected to play a key role in Ecuador’s protests.’ ‘‘Join our fight:’ Indigenous people in Brazil speak out against Amazon rainforest fires.’ ‘Indigenous peoples go to court to save the Amazon from oil company greed.’ These are just some of the...