Wednesday, September 14, 2016

New Issue: Global Policy

The latest issue of Global Policy (Vol. 7, no. 3, September 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Research Articles
    • José Antonio Ocampo & Natalie Gómez-Arteaga, Accountability in International Governance and the 2030 Development Agenda
    • Yew-Kwang Ng, The Importance of Global Extinction in Climate Change Policy
    • Pauline Eadie, Counter-terrorism, Smart Power and the United States
    • Chris Jenkins, Marta Lomazzi, Heather Yeatman & Bettina Borisch, Global Public Health: A Review and Discussion of the Concepts, Principles and Roles of Global Public Health in Today's Society
    • Markus Fraundorfer, How to Confront the Threat of Ebola? Arguing for Reinforced Efforts to Promote Transnational Solidarity
    • Bernard Hoekman, Subsidies, Spillovers and WTO Rules in a Value-chain World
    • Catherine Long, The Opportunity Space of Overlapping Trade Regimes: Turkey, the Customs Union, and TTIP
    • Denise Garcia & Monica Herz, Preventive Action in World Politics
  • Civil Society, Humanitarianism and Nuclear Weapons
    • Matthew Bolton & Elizabeth Minor, The Humanitarian Initiative on Nuclear Weapons: An Introduction to Global Policy's Special Section
    • Matthew Bolton & Elizabeth Minor, The Discursive Turn Arrives in Turtle Bay: The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons’ Operationalization of Critical IR Theories
    • Emily Welty, The Theological Landscape of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: the Catholic Church, the World Council of Churches and the Bomb
    • Ray Acheson, Foregrounding Justice in Nuclear Disarmament: A Practitioner Commentary
    • Maritza Chan, Non-Nuclear Weapons States Must Lead in Shaping International Norms on Nuclear Weapons: A Practitioner Commentary
  • Survey Article
    • Maria Ivanova, Good COP, Bad COP: Climate Reality after Paris
  • Practitioner's Special Section
    • Jean-Marc Coicaud, Evaluation, International Organizations, and Global Policy: An Introduction
    • Deborah Rugg, The Role of Evaluation at the UN and in the new Sustainable Development Goals: Towards the Future We Want
  • Practitioners' Special Section
    • Kristinn Sv. Helgason, The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Recharging Multilateral Cooperation for the Post-2015 Era
    • Juha I. Uitto, The Environment-poverty Nexus in Evaluation: Implications for the Sustainable Development Goals
  • Practitioner Commentaries
    • Christiana Figueres, The Power of Policy: Reinforcing the Paris Trajectory
    • Janos Pasztor, The Role of United Nations Secretary-General in the Climate Change Process
    • Gareth Evans, Finding Common Ground: Negotiating Across Cultures on Peace and Security Issues