#1 The ‘question of possibilities’ as a leitmotif for re‐imagining law for the ‘Anthropocene’
#2 Global Governance in an Era of Pluralism
#3 International negotiations for a pandemic treaty: A thematic evaluation of 43 member states
The February 2023 issue of Global Policy includes research articles on Afghan women, reframing the climate debate, e-governance, corporate tax governance, and Trump's foreign policy. There is a Policy Insight Special section on arms exports. There are also policy insights on, among others, covid-19 and democracy, Rohingya refugees and a global child protection fund.
Laura Quinteros and Nick Bernards review the landscape of green FinTech and offer some critical discussion of its limits and possibilities. This is the fourth post in a new EGG commentary series exploring how AI’s development is affecting economic, social and political decision-making around the world.
Global Policy is an exciting new journal and it promises to provide a vital forum for the world's best minds to reflect on challenges and opportunities in our global age.
Alastair Newton, an alumnus of the LSE, is a professional political analyst who was based in the City of London from 2005 to 2015. As such, he sought to anticipate, analyse…
Catherine Turner is Associate Professor of International Law at Durham University. Her areas of research and teaching expertise span the international law of peace and security,…