Global Policy’s May 2016 issue contains, among others, research articles on ethics in warzones, human security, peace agreements, military expenditure and democracy promotion in fragile states. It has a special section on ‘Law and Negotiation in Conflict: Theory, Policy and Practice’, edited by Catherine Turner.
Global Policy Vol 7, Issue 2, May 2016
Global Policy’s February 2016 issue contains, among others, research articles on constitutionalizing austerity, thinking beyond GDP, China’s labour standards and natural disasters. It also has a special section entitled ‘Governing Cyberspace: Building Confidence, Capacity and Consensus’.
Vol 7, Issue 1, February 2016

Global Policy is pleased to announce the latest free e-book from its collaboration with ORF: ‘Neighbourhood First: Navigating Ties under Modi. Edited by Aryaman Bhatnagar and Ritika Passi, it brings to focus India’s policy towards its immediate and extended neighbourhood—South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) members, Iran, China and Myanmar—under Modi thus far. To download the e-book please see here.

Global Policy and the Global Leader's Initiative are pleased to announce a collection of blogs and conference briefs written by a team of analysts on the ground at the 2016 Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Conference, in Lima, Peru. To read the pieces please click here or follow their progress on Twitter - @GLOSSshef

A Tale of Two Trips, or: Why there’s still No Common Transatlantic Approach to the Middle East Cornelius Adebahr - 29 Apr 2016

In the wake of evolving crises, Cornelius Adebahr explores the ever present gulf in European and American approaches to the Middle East....

Towards a Sustainable and Fair System for Processing Asylum Claims in the European Union? Solon Ardittis - 29 Apr 2016

Solon Ardittis examines the merits and feasibility of the new proposals tabled by the European Commission earlier this month to reform the...

Southern Trade Intellectuals in Expert Knowledge Creation James Scott - 27 Apr 2016

James Scott explores how a new form of trade specialist—experts from the Global South—is influencing global trade negotiations...

The Paris Agreement: When is a Treaty not a Treaty? Josh Busby - 26 Apr 2016

Josh Busby explores what the Treaty, if that’s what it is, means in light of US domestic politics. The 22nd April was Earth Day, and...

The World’s Tightest Cluster of People Danny Quah - 26 Apr 2016

In 2013 Ken Myers guessed and verified that his Valeriepieris circle – a circular region on a 2-dimensional map, centred in the South...

China’s Collapse. Any Day Now Danny Quah - 25 Apr 2016

Danny Quah what’s behind the headlines announcing China’s imminent downfall. (This post expands on “Is China’s...

The need for a high-quality, multi-disciplinary journal focusing on problems of global policy has never been greater. This new journal promises to fill a very important lacuna in our intellectual landscape.

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