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

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

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How do we Feed the over 800 Million People Who go to Bed Hungry every Night?
The Copenhagen Consensus Centers Post 2015 Consensus
Addressing Hunger in the Post-2015 Consensus 26th February 2015

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

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Foreign Trade and the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry
Nigel Taylor
Foreign Trade and the Aircraft Manufacturing Industry 25th February 2015

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

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Harmonized Sustainability Requirements in Global Trade and Export Finance: A Win
Karin Apelman and Karl-Oskar Olming
Harmonized Sustainability Requirements in Global Trade and Export Finance: A Win-Win Scenario 24th February 2015

Policy implications Further harmonization of sustainability requirements in international trade and export finance....

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Why Summits on “Countering Violent Extremism” Matter
Junaid Afeef
Why Summits on “Countering Violent Extremism” Matter 24th February 2015

Junaid Afeef argues that while efforts to counter violent extremism are no silver bullet, they are essential work that...

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weather, crime, chicago chiraq, murder season, shootings, killings, gang violenc
Karl T. Muth
Seasonal Conflict Zones: Chicago 19th February 2015

Karl Muth explores the seasonal determinants of violence in Chicago. My friend Tom Kirk and I spent some time...

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Global Standards on Government-backed Trade Finance: Challenges for Developing C
Banu Demir
Global Standards on Government-backed Trade Finance: Challenges for Developing Countries and the Role of Multilateral Development Banks 17th February 2015

Banu Demir provides the first of this week's chapters for Global Policy’s e-book, 'The Future of Foreign...

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April Rinne
4 Ways the Sharing Economy can Change the World 2nd March 2015

April Rinne, expert on sharing economies at the World Economic Forum, highlights four ways in which the sharing economy...

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Kate Bird
The long-term impact of war: the urgent challenge of sexual and gender based violence 2nd March 2015

Kate Bird, Research Associate for ODI's Growth, Poverty and Inequality programme, looks at how the effects of...

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

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

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Chelsea German
Capitalism Defused the Population Bomb 25th February 2015

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

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

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

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Krista Lauer
Will a New Funding Strategy Leave Behind HIV’s Most Vulnerable? 23rd February 2015

The Global Fund’s new funding model for HIV services offers the bulk of money to the poorest countries with the...

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Human Rights Watch
World Report 2015: Rights Aren’t Wrong in Tough Times 23rd February 2015

Human Rights Watch provides an analysis of its annual report. (Beirut) – Governments make a big mistake when they...

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The United States and the Rule of Law in a Polycentric World
Ramesh Thakur
The United States and the Rule of Law in a Polycentric World 11th November 2014

In the Melian Dialogue, Thucydides writes that justice applies only to relations among equals and in dealings with...

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Making Sense of China and India’s Low-Carbon Pathways
Ma Yuge and Joel Sandhu
Making Sense of China and India’s Low-Carbon Pathways 16th September 2014

China and India’s low-carbon development is crucial for global sustainability and domestic welfare. However,...

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The Evolution of South-South Cooperation: A Personal Reflection
John O. Kakonge
The Evolution of South-South Cooperation: A Personal Reflection 16th July 2014

This brief analysis discusses the evolution of South-South cooperation and examines the current practice in this regard...

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Book Review: How Effective Negotiation Management Promotes Multilateral Cooperat
Reviewed by Joanna Depledge
Book Review: How Effective Negotiation Management Promotes Multilateral Cooperation: The power of process in climate, trade and biosafety negotiations 10th February 2015

How Effective Negotiation Management Promotes Multilateral Cooperation: The power of process in climate, trade and...

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Book Review: International Mediation
Reviewed by Mabel González Bustelo
Book Review: International Mediation 2nd February 2015

International Mediation, by Paul F. Diehl and J. Michael Greig. Cambridge / Malden: Polity, 2012. 224 pp, £45...

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Book Review: Globalizing Transitional Justice: Contemporary Essays
Reviewed by Chandra Lekha Sriram
Book Review: Globalizing Transitional Justice: Contemporary Essays 23rd January 2015

Globalizing Transitional Justice: Contemporary Essays by Ruti G. Teitel. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press,...

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