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.
This special issue of Global Policy, guest edited by Helmut K. Anheier, Marie Julie Chenard and O. Arne Westad, focuses on the ability of the EU to adapt to climate change, and develop effective and sustainable solutions.
Special Issue: Changing the European Debate: Focus on Climate Change

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It asks whether global standards for export credit and political risk insurance will become reality by 2020? And how rules and regulations regarding ethics, human rights and the environment will impact growth through trade? To read the first introductory chapter please click here.

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From Ukraine to Georgia, Europe Must Abandon Half Measures Sally Painter - 20 Nov 2014

Sally Painter argues that European leaders should be more proactive in their embrace of reformers in the former USSR to hedge against...

Book Review: Regional Maintenance of Peace and Security under International Law: The Distorted Mirrors Reviewed by Mabel González Bustelo - 20 Nov 2014

Regional Maintenance of Peace and Security under International Law: The Distorted Mirrors, by Dace Winther. London / New York: Routledge,...

Westphalia to Southphalia Juan Gabriel Tokatlian - 19 Nov 2014

Juan Gabriel Tokatlian examines wether the rise of non-western states such as China, India, South Africa, and Brazil threaten the dominant...

Reflections on Intervention: Legality, Legitimacy and Feasibility David Held and Kyle McNally - 19 Nov 2014

This afterword by David Held and Kyle McNally is the final chapter of Global Policy’s e-book, ‘Lessons from Intervention in the...

EU Emissions Trading Scheme Reform: A Change for the Better? Carlo Carraro - 18 Nov 2014

Carlo Carraro argues that refroms to the EU’s Emissions Trading Scheme are sending the right sort of signals for those interested in...

Basel III: Recent Developments on the Prudential Regime affecting Trade and Export Finance Marc Auboin - 18 Nov 2014

Marc Auboin's column represents the third contribution to Global Policy’s e-book, 'The Future of Foreign Trade Support...

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