The Project ‘Constructing Authority in International Law’ aims to develop a conceptual framework through which the concept of legal authority can be understood on the international plane, and then to explore and study the strategies used by various international actors to construct their claims to authority.
GP's e-books brings readers a series of digital books addressing globally relevant risks and collective action problems; policy challenges that have global impact; and competing and converging discourses about global governance, risks and policy responses. Each e-book is guest edited by leading thinkers in their field and includes contributions from prominent academics and practitioners.
Conferences and Symposia brings readers summaries, videos, pod-casts and supporting material from gatherings of the world’s leading experts working on global policy challenges.
Global Policy Learning showcases a series of accessible teaching tools and materials for students and teachers of global politics and global policy making.
Global Policy Responses showcase and debate cutting-edge reports from the world's most influential academic, governmental, non-governmental and private sector organisations.
Research Programmes showcases complete and ongoing initiatives aimed at understanding global collective action problems, including competing and converging discourses about global risks and policy responses.