Vol 5, Issue 2, May 2014
The May 2014 edition of Global Policy contains a special section on global civil society’s role in arms and trade controls, edited by Mathias Koenig-Archibugi. It also features research on data’s use in global governance, NGOs and counterterrorism, equality and international justice, and sovereign wealth funds. The issues’ survey article focuses on accountability mechanisms in multilateral development banks and the practitioners’ commentary examines the availability of capital for Startups.
Jean-Marc Coicaud and Ibrahim Tahri – Nationally Based Data: Challenges for Global Governance (and Global Policy)
Janet Benshoof – The Other Red Line: The Use of Rape as an Unlawful Tactic of Warfare
Nick Sitter and Tom Parker – Fighting Fire with Water: NGOs and Counterterrorism Policy Tools
Jürgen Braunstein – The Novelty of Sovereign Wealth Funds: The Emperor’s New Clothes?
Pietro Maffettone – Reciprocity, Equality and International Justice
Iavor Rangelov – Democracy or Stability? European Approaches to Justice in Peace and Transitional Processes
Pablo Policzer and Antonio Franceschet – Democratizing Constitutions: The Promotion of International Democracy after the 2009 Honduran Coup
Special Section – When Does Civil Society Matter in Global Policy? The Cases of Trade and Arms Control, edited by Mathias Koenig-Archibugi
Mathias Koenig-Archibugi – Introduction: Civil Society Influence on Global Policy
Mario Pianta – Slowing Trade: Global Activism Against Trade Liberalization
Dirk De Bièvre – A Glass Quite Empty: Issue Groups’ Influence in the Global Trade Regime
Keith Krause – Transnational Civil Society Activism and International Security Politics: From Landmines to Global Zero
Javier Alcalde – Human Security and Disarmament Treaties: The Role of International Campaigns
Suresh Nanwani – Directions in Reshaping Accountability Mechanisms in Multilateral Development Banks and Other Organizations
Katrin Suder, Lea Thiel and Julian Kirchherr – Enhancing Capital Availability for Startups: A Toolkit for Policy Makers
Responses to Articles
Phedon Nicolaides – Can the Euro Area’s Economic Governance be Reformed?
Paul van den Noord – EMU will Succeed Even Without a Federal State
Vol 5, Issue 4, November 2014
The November 2014 edition of Global Policy contains two special sections on ‘The Arms Trade Treaty and Global Civil Society’ edited by Matthew Bolton, and ‘International Education – Students and Domestic Policy Challenges’ edited by Brian Stoddart and Tom Kirk. It also features research articles on human rights, reinvigorating the new wars debate and LGBT laws. The issue’s practitioners’ commentaries focus on rights to food, brands and their social roles, and globalization and international business.
Conor Gearty – The State of Human Rights
Michael Bohlander – Criminalising LGBT Persons Under National Criminal Law and Article 7(1)(h) and (3) of the ICC Statute
Juan Masullo and Bajo Jone Lauzurika – Bringing the ‘New Wars’ Debate Back on Track: Building on Critiques, Identifying Opportunities, and Moving Forward
Denise Garcia – Global Norms on Arms: The Significance of the Arms Trade Treaty for Global Security in World Politics
Special Section: The Arms Trade Treaty and Global Civil Society, edited by Matthew Bolton
Matthew Bolton, Helena Whall, Allison Pytlak, Hector Guerra and Katelyn E. James – The Arms Trade Treaty from a Global Civil Society Perspective: Introducing Global Policy’s Special Section
Matthew Bolton and Katelyn E. James – Nascent Spirit of New York or Ghost of Arms Control Past?: The Normative Implications of the Arms Trade Treaty for Global Policymaking
Helena Whall and Allison Pytlak – The Role of Civil Society in the International Negotiations on the Arms Trade Treaty
Matthew Bolton, Héctor Guerra, Ray Acheson and Oliver Sprague – The Road Forward for the Arms Trade Treaty: A Civil Society Practitioner Commentary
Ioana Cismas – The Right to Food Beyond De-Mythification: Time to Shed the Inferiority Complex of Socio-Economic Rights
Michael Chibba – Globalization and International Business as Interdependent Phenomena
Anna Simpson – Brands Weigh Up Their Social Role
Practitioners’ Special Section: International Education – Students and Domestic Policy Challenges, edited by Brian Stoddart and Tom Kirk
Brian Stoddart – International Education: The Hard Edge of Soft Power
Dean Forbes – International University Campuses and the Knowledge Economy: The University City Project in Adelaide
Simon Fraser – The Role for Technical and Vocational Education and Training and Donor Agencies in Developing Economies
Responses to Articles
Zhonglu Zeng – Capital Controls: Economic Models and Contingency Strategies
Dražen Derado – Is There an Alternative to the Present Model of Economic Governance of the Eurozone?
Richard Beardsworth – Whither Global Governance?
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