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(8000 words) report and analyse new research, theory interpretations and scholarly controversy.
(4000 words) map the state of knowledge or policy context of particular issues. They also analyse external developments and innovations in areas that have a tangible impact on the policy environment.
(1500 words) are crisp and focused articles by policy makers on a practical aspect of global policy change.
Responses to articles
(1000 words) are replies to previously published material that contest particular standpoints or pick up on controversial elements of an argument.
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