The February 2015 edition of Global Policy contains, among others, articles on gridlock and accountability within international organisations, financing for international development, and initiatives for global climate governance.
Vol 6, Issue 1, February 2015
The November 2014 edition contains special sections on ‘The Arms Trade Treaty and Global Civil Society’, and ‘International Education’. It also features articles on human rights, the new wars debate and LGBT laws.

Global Policy is pleased to announce the release of a joint publication with the Observer Research Foundation; ‘Eradicating TB in India: Challenges, Perspectives and Solutions’, edited by Harsh Sethi.

It features articles outlining the multifaceted nature of India's tuberculosis epidemic, its impact on communities, learnings from global successes and the way forward towards tackling the disease successfully.

Global Policy has partnered with the Oval Observer Foundation to launch a food security campaign exploring the challenges faced by emerging economies in addressing malnourishment and undernourishment. The first output of this collaboration is four new Global Policy Snapshots:

Religion Inspires in Ways that International Law does Not Abadir M. Ibrahim - 17 Apr 2015

What is the relationship between religion and human rights? Using extreme examples to justify a purely secular human rights approach does a...

War and Social Movements in the Age of Globalization Sidney Tarrow - 17 Apr 2015

Faced by the threat of irregular warfare by non-state transnational actors, states have increasingly ignored the rules of war that...

Even the IMF Agrees that Spending Caps Are Effective Daniel J. Mitchell - 16 Apr 2015

Contrary to common understanding, spending caps can favour growth, as the IMF suggests. Daniel Mitchell from Cato Liberty analyses data...

Towards A Collaborative Geoengineering Regime Jasdeep Randhawa - 16 Apr 2015

As geoengineering is increasingly seen as a method of limiting global warming, Jasdeep Randhawa explores ways of regulating the conduct of...

Book Review: Unbalanced: The Codependency of America and China Reviewed by Carter Page - 16 Apr 2015

Unbalanced: The Codependency of America and China, by Stephen Roach. New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 2014. 344 pp, $35/...

Addressing Extremism: Lessons from Tunisia Rafik Abdessalem - 15 Apr 2015

In the wake of the recent attack in Tunis, Dr Rafik Abdessalem, Tunisia’s former Foreign Minister, outlines why social and economic...


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