There is agreement across the various contributions to this Global Policy special issue, guest edited by Helmut K. Anheier, that the state of democratic systems has deteriorated – not only in Europe but also in the United States.
Special Issue: Changing the European Debate: A Rollback of Democracy
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

Global Policy is pleased to announce the release of an e-book with the Observer Research Foundation: 'Iran Nuclear Deal: Implications of the Framework Agreement', edited by Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan and Arka Biswas.

In the wake of intense scrutiny from the international community, this volume consists of nine chapters that deal with various aspects of the Iranian nuclear agreement reached on 2 April 2015.

Global Policy are pleased to present six post-summit analyses from the Global Leadership Initiative's team that were on the ground in Garmisch Partenkirchen.

In each case, the team members stress the need for tangible global leadership at these summits and provide analysis examining how this is being advanced or diminished with regards to women, health, Japan, sustainable development, climate change and Ukraine.

United Nations to Retire at 70 – Youthful United Actors to take over Susanne Salz - 28 Jul 2015

To prepare it to address pressing global challenges, Susanne Salz suggests the United Nations should be turned into the ‘United...

The Louis Berger World Vivan Sharan - 28 Jul 2015

Vivan Sharan explores how donors’ commitments to local ownership often play out in practice during ‘development assistance...

Security Services should Not have Carte Blanche Nils Muižnieks - 27 Jul 2015

How far can security services transgress personal privacy and human rights in the name of state security?  Nils Muižnieks argues...

Governing Borderless Threats Lee Jones - 27 Jul 2015

Threats of today's era cannot simply be addressed by traditional military action. Lee Jones inquires as to how states and international...

Drones for Development J.M. Ledgard and Scott MacMillan - 24 Jul 2015

J.M. Ledgard and Scott MacMillan argue that cargo drones will play an important role in developing countries, by delivering goods and...

The Human Rights Crisis: A Problem of Perception? Neve Gordon and Nicola Perugini - 24 Jul 2015

The main crisis of human rights and its seeming lack of support is not due to bad propaganda. Rather, it is about deeply rooted problems in...

The global economic crisis has shown once again why even the largest nations need global cooperation to formulate policy. The world is ready for ‘Global Policy.’

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