Over the course of one year (2018-2019), the Global Governance Futures programme has brought together young professionals to look ahead 10 years and recommend ways to address global challenges. Read their latest Op-Eds and Interviews, and listen to their podcasts, here.
The November 2018 issue of Global Policy has a Special Section on 'Climate Governance After Paris', edited by David Held and Charles Roger. There are Research Articles on trade agreements, the EU's conflict minerals regulations and climate change tipping points. There are Survey Articles on the Paris agreement, and the BRICS and new development banks, and a Review Essay on private security providers in Africa.
This special issue of Global Policy examines the role of domestic and international institutions in the study of global value chains. The contributions underscore that the politics engendered by global value chains, as well as how they evolve, can only be fully understood by paying attention to the contexts in which they are embedded.