Thursday, May 22, 2014

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 5, no. 2, May 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • Jean-Marc Coicaud & 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 & 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 & 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
    • 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
  • Survey Article
    • Suresh Nanwani, Directions in Reshaping Accountability Mechanisms in Multilateral Development Banks and Other Organizations
  • Practitioner Commentary
    • Katrin Suder, Lea Thiel & Julian Kirchherr, Enhancing Capital Availability for Startups: A Toolkit for Policy Makers
  • Response 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