Michael Faubert and Amy Wood
Regulatory Harmonization in International Trade: A Categorical or Conditional Imperative? 26th July 2016

Michael Faubert and Amy Wood explore the theoretical and normative assumptions embedded within the harmonization...

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Asia’s New Normal: Making Multilateralism Work with Multipolarity
Samir Saran and Ashok Malik
Asia’s New Normal: Making Multilateralism Work with Multipolarity 22nd July 2016

Samir Saran and Ashok Malik set out the need for a sustainable and inclusive pan-Asian governance platform. Since the...

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In the Anthropocene we are Responsible for the Planet’s Future
James (Jai) Syvitski & Brett Cherry
In the Anthropocene we are Responsible for the Planet’s Future 21st July 2016

James (Jai) Syvitski and Brett Cherry argue that for scientists the Anthropocene has been a wakeup call. On this...

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Ennui: The Politics of Discontent
Brian Stoddart
Ennui: The Politics of Discontent 14th July 2016

Brian Stoddart comments on a growing global ennui with a professional political class seen to be self-serving and aloof...

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Andy Sumner
The World’s New Middles - Implications for the Future of Development and Aid 11th July 2016

Andy Sumner lays out why international aid must continually revisit the tensions between structural transformations...

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guns, gun violence, statistics, Orlando, weapons, insurance, economics
Karl T. Muth
Guns: An Empirical Perspective 30th June 2016

Karl T. Muth observes that while those injured and killed by guns may grab headlines, gun violence is not moving...

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Talking Trade: Expert Language and the Dehumanization of World Trade
Silke Trommer
Talking Trade: Expert Language and the Dehumanization of World Trade 29th June 2016

Silke Trommer explores how the way we talk about trade excludes its inherently human dimension. At the 2014 WTO Public...

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Measuring Sustainable Development Goals
Carlo Carraro
Measuring Sustainable Development Goals 29th July 2016

Carlo Carraro explores current and potential future efforts to measure and evaluate progress towards the SDGs. In...

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Impact of Export Credit Agencies on Exports: Evidence from the US EXIM Bank
Natasha Agarwal and Zheng Wang
Impact of Export Credit Agencies on Exports: Evidence from the US EXIM Bank 29th July 2016

Natasha Agarwal and Zheng Wang investigate the impact of US EXIM Bank on US exports. With heightening debate around the...

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Anger, the Race for the Presidency and US Foreign Policy
Harvey M. Sapolsky
Anger, the Race for the Presidency and US Foreign Policy 28th July 2016

Harvey M. Sapolsky argues that, despite their knowledge of foreign policy, America's next Commander in Chief may...

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Innovation Is Not Enough
Dani Rodrik
Innovation Is Not Enough 28th July 2016

GP’s General Editor Dani Rodrik explores ongoing debates over technological innovation, and its consequences for...

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What are the Implications of Systems Thinking for the Way we Design Research?
Duncan Green
What are the Implications of Systems Thinking for the Way we Design Research? 26th July 2016

Duncan Green explores how systems thinking means activists should be rethinking their roles and applying them to the...

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Interview with Graciela Chichilnisky - Climate Change and the Global Economy
Marcus Rolle
Interview with Graciela Chichilnisky - Climate Change and the Global Economy 25th July 2016

In this exclusive interview for Global Policy Journal, Graciela Chichilnisky discusses the impact of climate change on...

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3 Ways the EU Referendum Transformed our Psychology
Brett Heasman
3 Ways the EU Referendum Transformed our Psychology 22nd July 2016

Brett Heasman reflects on the psychological impact of the EU referendum. Whether you voted to remain or leave, the EU...

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Complex Emergencies 2.0: Dumb Phones, Smart People and the Art of Humanitarian C
Amy Rhoades
Complex Emergencies 2.0: Dumb Phones, Smart People and the Art of Humanitarian Communications 25th July 2016

An arc of instability from Afghanistan through the Middle East to West Africa is leading to unprecedented displacement...

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Sylvia Szabo, Sabu Padmadas, and Jane Falkingham
Urbanisation and Access to Improved Water Sources: Evidence from Least Developed Countries 13th January 2016

The pace of urbanisation in the 21st century has been phenomenal especially in lower middle and low income countries....

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Morena Skalamera
Energy Security in the Wake of the Ukraine Crisis: Getting the Real Threats Right 23rd July 2015

Ever since the 1973 oil embargo, and especially since the Russian-Ukrainian gas crisis of 2006, Western policy makers...

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Book Reveiw: Social Media for Academics by Mark Carrigan
Reviewed by Andy Tattersall
Book Review: Social Media for Academics by Mark Carrigan 27th July 2016

Social Media for Academics by Mark Carrigan. London, UK, SAGE Publishing, 2016. 208pp. 144629868X. While social media...

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Book Reveiw: Norm Change in International Relations: Linked Ecologies in UN Peac
Reviewed by Scott Nicholas Romaniuk
Book Review: Norm Change in International Relations: Linked Ecologies in UN Peacekeeping Operations 27th July 2016

Norm Change in International Relations: Linked Ecologies in UN Peacekeeping Operations by John Karlsrud. Abingdon, UK:...

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Book Reveiw: Cyberwar: Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts
Reviewed by Anri van der Spuy
Book Review: Cyberwar: Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts 22nd June 2016

Cyberwar: Law and Ethics for Virtual Conflicts edited by Jens David Ohlin, Kevin Govern and Claire Finkelstein. Oxford...

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