Vol 6, Issue 2, May 2015

Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2015

Global Policy’s May 2015 edition contains research articles on measuring the post-2015 development agenda, energy governance, climate change research, green shipping and holistic justice. The issue's practitioners' commentaries focus on interdependence and responsibility, humanitarian responses to crises in the Central African Republic, and European health. The issue also features a review essay on the EU after the financial crisis and a response article on animal ethics.

Research Articles

David Hulme, Antonio Savoia and Kunal Sen - Governance as a Global Development Goal? Setting, Measuring and Monitoring the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Gonzalo Escribano - Fragmented Energy Governance and the Provision of Global Public Goods

Rasmus Karlsson and Jonathan Symons - Making Climate Leadership Meaningful: Energy Research as a Key to Global Decarbonisation   

Jane Lister - Green Shipping: Governing Sustainable Maritime Transport

Dan Ciuriak, Beverly Lapham, Robert Wolfe, Terry Collins-Williams and John Curtis - Firms in International Trade: Trade Policy Implications of the New New Trade Theory

Rebekka Friedman and Andrew Jillions - The Pitfalls and Politics of Holistic Justice

Survey Article

Tendayi Bloom - The Business of Migration Control: Delegating Migration Control Functions to Private Actors

Practitioner Commentaries

Javier Solana - Interdependence and Responsibility

Marcel Langenbach and Tarak Bach Baouab - The Triple Crisis: Why Humanitarian Organisations (and Others) Need to Do More for the Central African Republic

Zsuzsanna Jakab and Richard Alderslade - Health 2020 – Achieving Health and Development in Today's Europe

Response to Article

Benedict S. B. Chan - Animal Ethics, International Animal Protection and Confucianism

Review Essay

Christian Schweiger - New Perspectives for the EU after the Financial Crisis

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