Global Policy's February 2014 issue contains special sections on Geotechnology in the 21st Century and Globalising Climate Justice. Survey articles focus on bottom up approaches to and capital controls for development.
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Towards a Charter Movement- why we need Large System Change in Global for Sustainability Ruben Zondervan - 18 Apr 2014

In order to sufficiently and effectively deal with environemental degradation, Ruben Zondervan and Ina Möller suggest that the world is in...

IHME “Financing Global Health 2013” brings good news for Women and Children – but there is no time for complacency Flavia Bustreo and Jane Thomason - 18 Apr 2014

In this GP Response, Flavia Bustreo and Jane Thomason review 'Financing Global Health 2013: Transition in an Age of Austerity'....

Swift Boats on the East River: Ambassador Aboutalebi and the Future of U.S. Diplomacy Carter Page - 18 Apr 2014

Carter Page offers another perspective on the recent debate over Dr. Aboutalebi’s application for a U.S. visa to take up Iran's...

Punishing the Kleptocrats: A New Framework Karl T. Muth - 17 Apr 2014

Karl Muth lays out a plan for tackling kleptocracy. The riches of Africa have been plundered, and are being plundered. One can argue about...

Five minutes with Ulrich Beck: "Digital freedom risk is one of the most important risks we face in modern society" Stuart Brown and Ulrich Beck - 17 Apr 2014

In an interview with Stuart Brown, Ulrich Beck argues that digital monitoring is crossing territorial and social boundaries and threatening...

Towards better targeting: where does aid (ODA) matter most? Suzanne Steensen - 16 Apr 2014

The OECD's Suzanne Ahialegbedzi Steensen uses recent research to offer pointers for ODA post 2015. It’s easy to say we should...

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