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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The Tricky Path to a Global Climate Agreement Samir Saran and Vivan Sharan - 26 Nov 2014

Samir Saran and Vivan Sharan offer advice for those wishing to avoid a collapse of negotiations at the COP 20 in Lima. The Conference of...

A tale of two rules: The intersection between WTO and OECD disciplines on export credit support Dominic Coppens and Todd Friedbacher - 26 Nov 2014

Dominic Coppens and Todd Friedbacher's column represents the fourth chapter for Global Policy’s e-book, 'The Future of...

Development and Human Rights – a Plea for a More Critical Embrace V. Nagaraj - 25 Nov 2014

V. Nagaraj argues that the human rights framework provides an inadequate tool for understanding the deeper processes of development, and...

1989, much more than the Berlin Wall Andrés Ortega - 24 Nov 2014

Andrés Ortega, trying to define a new world order, whose central feature is constant and rapid change with a greater dose of disorder,...

Quantitative Policy Alignment Analysis Karl T. Muth - 24 Nov 2014

Karl Muth argues that the analysis of policy alignment – intranationally and internationally – can be examined using...

How much Economic Damage is Ebola causing? Cesar Calderon and Maryla Maliszewska - 24 Nov 2014

Cesar Calderon and Maryla Maliszewska discuss how much economic damage the outbreak of Ebola is causing.  As current and former World...

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