Friday, August 14, 2009

New Issue: Global Governance

The latest issue of Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Institutions (Vol 15, no. 4, October-December 2009) is out. Contents include:
  • Global Insights: Governance, Climate Change, and the Challenge for Copenhagen
    • Daniel C. Esty, Revitalizing Global Environmental Governance for Climate Change
    • Jing Huang, A Leadership of Twenty (L20) Within the UNFCCC: Establishing a Legitimate and Effective Regime to Improve Our Climate System
    • Adrian Macey, Climate Change: Governance Challenges for Copenhagen
    • Adam Matthews, A Role for Legislators
    • Shyam Saran, Global Governance and Climate Change
  • Georg Caspary, Policy Coherence for Sustainable Infrastructure in Developing Countires: The Case of OECD-Country Public Financing for Large Dams
  • Ken Conca & Jennifer Wallace, Environment and Peacebuilding in War-torn Societies: Lessons from the UN Environment Programme's Experience with Postconflict Assessment
  • Nathan Grills, The Paradox of Multilateral Organizations Engaging with Faith-based Organizations
  • Daphne Josselin, Regime Interplay in Public-Private Governance: Taking Stock of the Relationship Between the Paris Club and Private Creditors Between 1982 and 2005
  • Torunn L. Tryggestad, Trick or Treat? The UN and Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security