Monday, January 30, 2012

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 3, no. 1, February 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • Jean-Philippe Thérien, The United Nations and Human Development: From Ideology to Global Policies
    • Richard Kozul-Wright, Piergiuseppe Fortunato & Igor Paunovic, Rebuilding Haiti: Lessons from Post-Conflict Experiences
    • Ayse Kaya, Conflicted Principals, Uncertain Agency: The International Monetary Fund and the Great Recession
    • Mary Martin, Conflicted Corporates: Rethinking the Role of Business in Global Security
    • Max Stephenson Jr & Laura Zanotti, Implementing the Liberal Peace in Post-conflict Scenarios: The Case of Women in Black-Serbia
  • Special Section - The Governance of the Global Commons
    • Klaus Dodds, Introduction - The Governance of the Global Commons: Much Unfinished Business?
    • John Vogler, Global Commons Revisited
    • Joan Johnson-Freese & Brian Weeden, Application of Ostrom’s Principles for Sustainable Governance of Common-Pool Resources to Near-Earth Orbit
    • J. Ashley Roach, The Central Arctic Ocean: Another Global Commons
  • Survey Articles
    • Amitai Etzioni, The Case for Decoupled Armed Interventions
    • Peter M. Haas, The Political Economy of Ecology: Prospects for Transforming the World Economy at Rio Plus 20
    • Ross P. Buckley, Reforming the International Monetary Fund
  • Practitioner Commentaries
    • Braz Baracuhy, Running into a Brick Wall: The WTO Doha Round, Governance Gap and Geopolitical Risks
    • Sudip Banerjee, Going Green in IT
    • Toni Muzi Falconi, From ‘Public’ to ‘Stakeholder Relationships’: A Challenge to Governance in Organisations
  • Response to Article
    • Kishore Mahbubani, The OECD: A Classic Sunset Organisation
  • Review Essay
    • Francesca Klug, The Last Utopia