Global Policy's May 2014 issue contains a special section on global civil society’s role in arms and trade controls, and articles on activism, justice, development banks and capital for Startups.
Vol 5, Issue 2, May 2014
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.
Vol 5, Issue 1, February 2014

Global Policy is pleased to host a video interview between Professor David Held and Professor Noam Chomsky. Together they discuss Professor Chomsky's background, inspirations and public life.



Global Policy is proud to announce the release of its first e-book - 'The Donors’ Dilemma: Emergence, Convergence and the Future of Foreign Aid' - Guest Edited by Andy Sumner and Tom Kirk

 As poverty declines, it asks what if the remaining pockets of poverty are increasingly focused in countries where aid is already on the way to becoming irrelevant as domestic resources grow? Download the full e-book here.

The Commons as a Growing Global Movement David Bollier - 23 Jul 2014

David Bollier discusses the ideology of the Commons. The commons is a social system for the long-term stewardship of resources that...

Why the United Nations Needs More Female Peacekeepers Alexandra Ivanovic - 23 Jul 2014

Alexandra Ivanoic outlines the necessities of increased inclusion of women in peacekeeping forces. A watershed moment...

The Second Amendment Rights of Corporations Karl T. Muth - 22 Jul 2014

Karl Muth argues we must weigh the rights of corporations to arm themselves the same way we have weighed their other rights. The recent...

Algorithmic Sovereignty in a Post-Preemptive World Alessandra Russo - 22 Jul 2014

Alessandra Russo examines the risk and sovereignty implications associated with the practice of contracting security...

Book Review: Why Occupy a Square? People, Protests, and Movements in the Egyptian Revolution, Jack A. Goldstone - 22 Jul 2014

Why Occupy a Square? People, Protests, and Movements in the Egyptian Revolution, by Jeroen Gunning & Ilan Zvi Baron. London: Hurst...

The uneven ‘Open Data’ Revolution: Policy Considerations for Cities William Attwell - 21 Jul 2014

William Attwell offers advice to cities looking to join the 'revolution' and embark on open data projects to support transparent...

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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