The November 2015 issue contains articles on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Jus ex Bello’, development progress, responsibility at the UN, and the movement of wealth. It also contains special sections on ‘Accountability in International Development Finance’ and ‘Sustainable Business in the Stakeholder Era’.
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Global Policy’s September 2015 issue contains, among others, articles on democracy and autonomous weapons, R2P as international policy, sustainable development and when foreign aid works.
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What role do experts play in generating, disseminating, and legitimating knowledge about the possibilities of global trade to work for global development?

To answer to this question, Global Policy announces a new blog series, co-edited by Erin Hannah, James Scott, and Silke Trommer, that explores, assesses, and challenges the origins, power and effects of expert knowledge in the global trade regime. Posts will be serialised on GP over the coming weeks.

Global Policy and the Observer Research Foundation are pleased to announce a new free e-book: 'Transformations in West Asia: Regional Perspectives', edited by Kanchi Gupta. To find out more and download the free e-book for any e-reader or as a PDF click here.

How a Global Solar Alliance Can Help Developing Countries Xavier Lemaire - 11 Feb 2016

The International Solar Alliance announced by India at the Paris climate conference invites together 120 countries to support the expansion...

Getting Schooled About Zika, Ebola-Style Sulzhan Bali - 11 Feb 2016

Zika—the new kid on the pandemic block—is emerging in the wake of Ebola, at a time when critical lessons learned from the world...

Will We Learn this Time? Chuck Woolery - 10 Feb 2016

Chuck Woolery argues that the recent events occurred in Syria urge the international community to tackle hunger and starvation once and for...

Amplified Messages: How Hashtag Activism and Twitter Diplomacy Converged at #ThisIsACoup – and Won Wasim Ahmed - 10 Feb 2016

Online activism is a frequently debated topic amongst journalists and researchers alike, but what effect can a popular Twitter hashtag...

The Sustainable Development Goals: An Assessment of Ambition Mitu Sengupta - 09 Feb 2016

Mitu Sengupta assesses the process through which the SDGs were established and addresses five key questions relating to their scope, depth...

The Problems of Majority Rule Jac Heckelman - 09 Feb 2016

Majority rule is often considered to be a pillar of democratic decision-making. Yet there are several problems with relying on majority...

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