Global Policy: Next Generation is an annual issue from Global Policy. This multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed publication provides a platform for graduate and early career researchers to publish research on-par with the most rigorous of academic journals. We seek out the next generation of groundbreaking research in global policymaking and broaden horizons in terms of both content and authorship.
The third edition of Global Policy: Next Generation (GPNG) emerges into an increasingly multipolar global order with deepening localisation and regionalisation triggered by the twin forces of the COVID-19 pandemic and rising nationalist sentiments across the world. The edition's five re-search articles and two policy insights grapple with the policy challenges emerging from the cracks appearing in the pre-existing international order. They offer a forward-thinking lens for developing proactive and comprehensive responses across different levels of multilateral, regional and global governance. Consistent among the articles is the urgency to broaden perspectives beyond national interest.
Editorial - Gregory Stiles, Anastasia Ufimtseva, Janina Pescinski and Katharine Petrich
You’re Fired! International Courts, Re-contracting, and the WTO Appellate Body during the Trump Presidency - Giuseppe Zaccaria
‘It Takes Two to Tango’: South–South Cooperation Measurement Politics in a Multiplex World - Laura Trajber Waisbich
Does Space Law Prevent Patterns of Antarctic Imperialism in Outer Space? - Henry Padden
Driving Global Convergence in Green Financial Policies: China as Policy Pioneer and the EU as Standard Setter - Mathias Lund Larsen
Women’s Empowerment Without Power: Strategic v. Practical Interests in SDGs and the Voluntary National Reviews - Nancy Y. Kim, Yoorim Bang and Eun Mee Kim
A UN Treaty for Marine Biodiversity: Establishing Environmental Policy Integration in Global Governance - Dona Barirani
Ensuring Market Supply Transparency for Personal Protective Equipment: Preparing for Future Pandemics - Nadia Garcia-Santaolalla and Kyle de Klerk