Tuesday, June 16, 2015

New Issue: Global Society

The latest issue of Global Society (Vol. 29, no. 3, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Challenges to Emerging and Established Powers: Brazil and the United Kingdom in the Contemporary Global Order
    • Marco Vieira & Jonathan Grix, Introduction
    • Mahrukh Doctor, Brazil's Role in Institutions of Global Economic Governance: The WTO and G20
    • Chris Rogers, Global Economic Governance and the British Economy: From the Gold Standard to the G20
    • Adriana Erthal Abdenur, Organisation and Politics in South–South Cooperation: Brazil's Technical Cooperation in Africa
    • Emma Mawdsley, DFID, the Private Sector and the Re-centring of an Economic Growth Agenda in International Development
    • Monica Hirst, Emerging Brazil: The Challenges of Liberal Peace and Global Governance
    • Page Wilson, Three Emerging Security Challenges for the UK
    • Elena Lazarou & Bruno Theodoro Luciano, Regionalism as an Instrument: Assessing Brazil's Relations with its Neighbourhood
    • Tim Oliver, Europe's British Question: The UK–EU Relationship in a Changing Europe and Multipolar World
    • Eduardo Viola & Larissa Basso, Brazilian Energy-Climate Policy and Politics towards Low Carbon Development
    • Sevasti-Eleni Vezirgiannidou, The UK and Emerging Countries in the Climate Regime: Whither Leadership?
    • Jonathan Grix, Paul Michael Brannagan & Barrie Houlihan, Interrogating States’ Soft Power Strategies: A Case Study of Sports Mega-Events in Brazil and the UK