Global Policy’s September 2015 issue contains, among others, articles on democracy and autonomous weapons, R2P as international policy, sustainable development and when foreign aid works. It also contains a special section on ‘Organizational Leadership and Collective Action in International Governance’, and another on ‘Private Investment and Public Funds for Climate Finance’ guest edited by Andreas Klasen. There are practitioners’ commentaries on whether civil society can get the commonwealth back on track and how the World Bank should rethink its measurements of poverty.
John Williams - Democracy and Regulating Autonomous Weapons: Biting the Bullet while Missing the Point?
Ramesh Thakur - The Development and Evolution of R2P as International Policy
Andy Sumner and Jonathan Glennie - Growth, Poverty and Development Assistance: When Does Foreign Aid Work?
Yannis Karagiannis and Nikitas Konstantinidis - On the Conditional Success of International Conditionality Policies (With Evidence from Greece and Spain During the Eurozone Crisis)
Kenneth W. Abbott and Steven Bernstein - The High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development: Orchestration by Default and Design
Special Section - Organizational Leadership and Collective Action in International Governance
Aseem Prakash, Adrienne Héritier, Barbara Koremenos and Eric Brousseau - Organizational Leadership and Collective Action in International Governance: An Introduction
Barbara Koremenos - The Role of State Leadership in the Incidence of International Governance
Adrienne Héritier and Aseem Prakash - A Resource-based View of the EU's Regional and International Leadership
Magnus G. Schoeller - Explaining Political Leadership: Germany's Role in Shaping the Fiscal Compact
Walter Mattli and Jack Seddon - New Organizational Leadership: Nonstate Actors in Global Economic Governance
Angel Saz-Carranza - Agents as Brokers: Leadership in Multilateral Organizations
Robert H. Wade and Jakob Vestergaard - Why is the IMF at an Impasse, and What Can Be Done about It?
Helmut Reisen - Will the AIIB and the NDB Help Reform Multilateral Development Banking?
Practitioners' Special Section - Private Investment and Public Funds for Climate Finance
Andreas Klasen - Introduction to the Special Section: Private Investment and Public Funds for Climate Finance
Tom Kerr - Good Fiscal Policy: Governments Using Carbon Pricing to Drive Low-Carbon Investment
Karine Siegwart and Silvia Ruprecht-Martignoli - How to Mobilize Private Investment for Climate Friendly Products: The New Swiss Technology Fund
Jan Vassard, Kim Richter and Ole Lindhardt - Money Matters on Our Way to a Greener Future: Biogas Plants’ Financing with Export Credits
George Otieno - Harnessing the UN's SE4All Initiative: How ECAs and Multilateral Partners Support Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
CV. Nicholas Galasso - The World Bank is Getting ‘Shared Prosperity’ Wrong: The Bank Should Measure the Tails, Not the Average
Francis Baert and Timothy M. Shaw - Reform Starts Bottom-Up. Can Civil Society Get The Commonwealth Back On Track?