GP's November 2017 issue contains, among others, research articles on Chinese global leadership, resource nationalism and international tax cooperation. It also has two special sections: ‘Combating Slavery, Forced Labour and Human Trafficking’ and ‘Recursivity in Transnational Governance’. 
Vol 8, Issue 4, November 2017
Edited by David Held and Robert Schütze, this special issue of Global Policy brings together a group of scholars to discuss and assess the extent to which democracy can crystallise beyond the nation state, and whether such developments are, in principle, desirable.
Special Issue: Democracy Beyond Border

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New free GP e-book out now: The Future of the Middle East edited by Hugh Miles and Alastair Newton. It brings together representatives from various opposition Islamist movements - potential leaders of the Arab world tomorrow - and Western experts to offer their views on where they think the Middle East is heading and what Western policy should be. Click here for more.

Jim O’Neill from the Emerging Global Governance (EGG) Project outlines his thoughts for 2018. He argues that global economic governance can be improved through a new G6 that is well positioned to coordinate responses to signs of financial crises. Please click here to read more.

Women Ask Fewer Questions than Men in Academic Seminars Alecia Carter - 18 Jan 2018

During academic seminars, any given question is 2.5 times more likely to be asked by a male than a female audience member. Alecia Carter...

Hawaii’s Missile Alert Gaffe: Why Good Human-Machine Design is Critical Siraj Ahmed Shaikh - 17 Jan 2018

A ballistic missile warning alarm that was wrongly triggered in Hawaii recently rams home the importance of the way interfaces are designed...

Imagination and will in the Anthropocene Laurie Laybourn-Langton - 17 Jan 2018

How can we face up to the enormity of environmental collapse? How can we collectively build a politics for the Anthropocene? Laurie...

Positive Male Engagement in the WPS Agenda will take More than ‘Good Men’ David Duriesmith - 16 Jan 2018

David Duriesmith identifies tensions created by efforts to ‘engage’ men and boys in Women, Peace and Security, and introduces...

Smart Cities Must Reflect Women’s Transportation Needs Stephenie Foster - 15 Jan 2018

Stephenie Foster argues we need transport systems that work for everyone. Today, 55 percent of the world’s population lives in...

Book Review - Corruption: What Everyone Needs to Know Reviewed by Fabian Stroetges - 15 Jan 2018

Corruption: What Everyone Needs to Know by Ray Fisman and Miriam A. Golden. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2017. 336 pp, £51...


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