#1 Ensuring Market Supply Transparency for Personal Protective Equipment: Preparing for Future Pandemics
#2 Addressing the Humanitarian and Environmental Consequences of Atmospheric Nuclear Weapon Tests: A Case Study of UK and US Test Programs at Kiritimati (Christmas) and Malden Islands
#3 Impact of Current Climate Proposals
Robert H. Wade argues that longer-run trajectory of the global economy (and its politics) will be much affected by the extent to which developing countries manage to cooperate to challenge the rule-setting dominance of the North Atlantic states. The standard assessment of the BRICS in the West is: very little so far. Robert suggests that this is too pessimistic, though not by much.
“If only the world knew what people in the world know!” Our collective inability to put together what we know endangers our finances, our climate, and our health. Global Policy will not provide a blueprint for global governance, but it is an important step toward coherent thinking with a global perspective.