The February 2017 issue contains, among others, research articles on powerful non-political leaders, climate change, civil society consultations, and collective security between Russia and the West. It also has a special section on 'Regional Challenges to Global Governance', co-produced with the CFR.
Global Policy Vol 8, Issue 1, February 2017
Global Policy’s November 2016 issue contains research articles on the Digital Revolution, the Green Economy, the BRICS, and China's place in global governance. It has a special section entitled ‘The Global Diffusion of Policies, Practices and Values: Democracies and Autocracies Compared’.
Vol 7, Issue 4, November 2016

Urbanisation creates as many opportunities for societies as it does a gamut of challenges. Part of the GP-ORF free e-book series, 'Smart Cities Movement in BRICS', edited by Rumi Aijaz, documents the experiences of BRICS trying to make their cities smart and liveable. Please click the image to download the e-book.

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Book Review - Citizens’ Wealth: Why (and How) Sovereign Funds Should be Managed by the People for the People Reviewed by Sandra Tzvetkova - 24 Mar 2017

Citizens’ Wealth: Why (and How) Sovereign Funds Should be Managed by the People for the People by Angela Cummine. New Haven and...

The Future of Europe Remains Uncertain. Here's What we Know Dani Rodrik - 24 Mar 2017

Global Policy's General Editor Dani Rodrik discusses options for the future of Europe. This month the European Union will celebrate the...

Defending Development in a Time of Cuts—My Conversation with UNDP’s Helen Clark Masood Ahmed - 23 Mar 2017

The UNDP's Administrator Helen Clark talks to Masood Ahmed the president of the Center for Global Development on the day the Trump...

Do you Understand the Risks of Technological Progress? Aengus Collins - 23 Mar 2017

Aengus Collins explores the potential consequences of our technological revolution. Any change can be unsettling, but changes as profound...

Gender Quotas and the Crisis of the Mediocre Man Tim Besley, Olle Folke, Torsten Persson and Johanna Rickne - 22 Mar 2017

Quotas aren't anathema to meritocracy: they increase competence levels by displacing mediocre men, write Tim Besley, Olle Folke,...

Curbing Climate Change has a Dollar Value — Here’s How and Why We Measure It Joseph Aldy - 22 Mar 2017

Writing for The Conversation, Joseph Aldy explores the future of climate change measurements under Trump. President Trump is expected to...


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