#1 Assessing the Development–Foreign Policy Nexus of the Asian Rising Powers: South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia
#2 Crafting Compliance Regime under COVID‐19: Using Taiwan's Quarantine Policy as a Case Study
#3 In Whose Name Are You Speaking? The Marginalization of the Poor in Global Civil Society
The second edition of Global Policy: Next Generation contains research articles on accountability in transnational stakeholder partnerships; sovereign wealth funds; ethnonational conflicts; and the governance of disinformation. A policy insight on feminist alliances in the Pacific region and a review terrorist networks in the Horn of Africa.
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