Global Policy’s May 2015 edition contains, among others, articles on measuring the post-2015 development agenda, energy governance, climate change research, the EU, green shipping and holistic justice.
Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2015
The February 2015 edition of Global Policy contains, among others, articles on gridlock and accountability within international organisations, financing for international development, and initiatives for global climate governance.
Vol 6, Issue 1, February 2015

Global Policy, in collaboration with PricewaterhouseCoopers, is pleased to announce the release of its third e-book: 'The Future of Foreign Trade Support: Setting Global Standards for Export Credit and Political Risk Insurance'.

Its thirty eight contributions explore how export credit agencies and new regulations regarding ethics, human rights and the environment may impact the global economy in the coming years.

Global Policy and the Observer Research Foundation are pleased to announce the release of a second joint publication; ‘India’s Urbanisation Experiences’, authored by Rumi Aijaz.

Reviewing five aspects of responsible and sustainable urbanisation, the free e-book provides information on key challenges facing urban India, and directions the country could take to absorb and manage future growth.

Book Review: Non-Traditional Security Issues and the South China Sea: Shaping a New Framework for Cooperation Reviewed by Kai Chen - 27 May 2015

Non-Traditional Security Issues and the South China Sea: Shaping a New Framework for Cooperation edited by Shicun Wu and Keyuan Zou....

The Importance of Leadership for Asia’s Development Emanuele Schibotto - 26 May 2015

Asia’s development has been so successful that it has been labelled a “miracle.” However, if this is true for economic...

To End Urban Hunger, Focus on Low-income Housing and Settlements in Cities Suzanne Speak - 26 May 2015

Millions of adults who live in low-income urban areas regularly fall short of the calorie requirement recommended for a healthy life. The...

10 Questions for the Labour Party David Held - 25 May 2015

Following a largely unexpected election defeat, David Held poses 10 questions for the Labour Party with significance far beyond Britain....

Sport can Reach Places where other Aid and Development Programmes Struggle. So Why are we Ignoring It? Mel Paramasivan - 25 May 2015

How can the culture of sport lead to development in poor countries? Mel Paramasivan shows how sport can foster a development culture by not...

Flip It: Ex Post Scholarships Karl T. Muth - 21 May 2015

Karl T. Muth offers a suggestion to invert how we choose and award academic scholarships in an increasingly competitive education market....

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