Vol 15, Issue 3, July 2024

Vol 15, Issue 3, July 2024

Picking up where the last issue left off, articles in the fifth issue of Global Policy: Next Generation tackle the management and decision-making processes of crises by global governance structures. They unpack potential paths and solutions to pressing issues in an attempt to not only attest to the global disorder in which we live but also to identify valid exit strategies from what is more and more described as a political stalemate. 


Editorial - Flavia Lucenti, Thomas McWilliam, Maren Vieluf and Gregory Stiles

Research Articles

Unique data, different values: Explaining variation in the use of biometrics by international humanitarian organizations - Çağlar Açıkyıldız

Epistemic competition in global governance: The case of pharmaceutical patents - Cynthia Couette

‘No safe haven’: Why the GATT ‘regional exception’ does not apply to technical barriers to trade - Silvia Nuzzo

Climate policy at the International Monetary Fund: No voice for the vulnerable? - Lara Merling and Timon Forster

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