Tom Kirk

Tom is GP's Online Editor and researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

Post Archive

17 October 2018
Yunnan Chen and Cinnamon Dornsife explore the prospects for the future of global economic governance. A decade after the global financial crisis that began in 2008, the search for…
16 October 2018
Grier Wilt outlines what is needed to assure girls can pursue careers in STEM.  At the turn of the decade, 20% of all jobs in the US required high-level knowledge in…
16 October 2018
Nick Grief explores the limited representation of airspace in international law and technological change. In little more than 100 years, humans have radically transformed the sky…
15 October 2018
Trusting Enemies: Interpersonal Relationships in International Conflict by Nicholas J Wheeler. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2018. 384 pp., £25.49 hardcover 9780199696475…
12 October 2018
Banksy’s prank on the art market rhymes with our common struggle against financialization’s shredding of society. Banksy’s latest art prank, in which one of his iconic works …
11 October 2018
Stefan Dercon of the Blavatnik School of Government introduces two new reports. This post first appeared on From Poverty to Power. Am I alone? Was I the only one who could not…
10 October 2018
On the day that the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that we only have 12 years left in which to prevent climate catastrophe, an American climate…
08 October 2018
To date, labor clauses in trade agreements have remained a fig leaf, neither raising labor standards abroad nor protecting them at home. Real change would require a significantly…
05 October 2018
Iosif Kovras on Iceland's robust response to the last financial crisis.  It has been ten years since the global recession hit – and the perfect opportunity to rethink and reassess…
05 October 2018
Jakob Vestergaard examines the future of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the euro's resilience. The season for speculation about the future leadership of…
03 October 2018
Jodi Allemeier asks whether the increasing number of networks for cities are filling a critical governance gap and what the future may hold for them? There are over 200 networks…