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’s second E-book ‘Intervention in the 21st Century: Legality, Feasibility and Legitimacy’, edited by David Held and Kyle McNally, is now out.

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Global Policy is pleased to announce its third e-book: ‘The Future of Foreign Trade Support – Setting Global Standards for Export Credit and Political Risk Insurance’, guest edited by Andreas Klasen and Fiona Bannert.

It asks how rules and regulations regarding ethics, human rights and the environment will impact growth through trade? To read the released chapters please click here.

What do Maslow’s ‘hierarchy of needs’, Corporate Social Responsibility and Export Credit Agencies have to do with each other? More than you think. Bert Bruning - 27 Feb 2015

Summary The planet we live and work on offers plenty of interesting and challenging opportunities, but it also has its limitations. With a...

Rich and Poor Nations can Link up to Recycle E-waste Ruediger Kuehr and Feng Wang - 26 Feb 2015

Ruediger Kuehr, head of Sustainable Cycles (SCYCLE), and Feng Wang, research associate at SCYCLE, argue that a global system can tackle e-...

Addressing Hunger in the Post-2015 Consensus The Copenhagen Consensus Centers Post 2015 Consensus - 26 Feb 2015

The latest research series from The Post-2015 Consensus' asks how we can feed the over 800 million people who go to bed hungry every...

Capitalism Defused the Population Bomb Chelsea German - 25 Feb 2015

Will humanity face starvation since food production rates slow down? Chelsea German from Cato Institute provides some useful insights to...

Foreign Trade and the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry Nigel Taylor - 25 Feb 2015

Nigel Taylor provides the second of this week's chapters for Global Policy’s e-book, 'The Future of Foreign Trade Support...

Book Review: Occupying Political Science: The Occupy Wall Street Movement from New York to the World Reviewed by Genevieve LeBaron - 24 Feb 2015

Occupying Political Science: The Occupy Wall Street Movement from New York to the World, edited by Emily Welty, Matthew Bolton, Meghana...


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