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Punishing the Kleptocrats: A New Framework Karl T. Muth - 17 Apr 2014

Karl Muth lays out a plan for tackling kleptocracy. The riches of Africa have been plundered, and are being plundered. One can argue about...

Five minutes with Ulrich Beck: "Digital freedom risk is one of the most important risks we face in modern society" Stuart Brown and Ulrich Beck - 17 Apr 2014

In an interview with Stuart Brown, Ulrich Beck argues that digital monitoring is crossing territorial and social boundaries and threatening...

Towards better targeting: where does aid (ODA) matter most? Suzanne Steensen - 16 Apr 2014

The OECD's Suzanne Ahialegbedzi Steensen uses recent research to offer pointers for ODA post 2015. It’s easy to say we should...

China's Gas Ceiling: Domestic and International Factors behind the need for Growth, and their Environmental Limitations Edward Whitfield - 16 Apr 2014

The domestic and international factors that prompt the Chinese Communist Party to encourage the levels of growth the country has...

A Presumption Against Intervention Richard Falk - 14 Apr 2014

This column by Richard Falk is part of Global Policy’s e-book, ‘Lessons from Intervention in the 21st Century: Legality,...

Reflections on Multistakeholderism and Internet Governance Monroe Price - 14 Apr 2014

Monroe Price comments on Alexander Klimburg, Philipp Mirtl and Snezana Gjorgieva's paper "Mapping Internet Terrain" which...


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