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20 January 2020
“Markets did not see [the first deglobalisation] coming. And at the risk of being a Cassandra, I wonder if they aren’t just as oblivious to what is happening today with the US and…
17 January 2020
Christian Borch on why understanding how algorithms behave in crowds may be vital for our prosperity and safety. In 2019, the world fretted that algorithms now know…
16 January 2020
Just before Christmas, Nicholas Barr (LSE) was asked by a 16-year old what he thought about Brexit and how it would affect members of Generation Z personally. In this letter, he…
15 January 2020
Linda Slapakova explores how and why NATO continues to exist in the post-Cold War international system. In the prelude to the NATO summit in London commemorating the 70th…
14 January 2020
Jason Hickel explores how the voting systems at the WB & IMF contribute to the perpetuation of global inequality. In my research I have argued that rising global inequality is…
13 January 2020
The first part of this essay outlined several major concerns regarding nuclear threats that have emerged in the new century, with a focus on Pakistan and India. In Part 2, we take…
10 January 2020
The road to sustainability is paved with human rights. Without a habitable planet there are no humans and, consequently, no human rights. And to make the planet habitable, we need…
09 January 2020
In the last couple of decades, the world has made huge strides when it comes to women involvement in the workforce. According to a report by Catalyst, women make up nearly half (…
08 January 2020
Why aggressive exercise of political power leads to its loss. Following the assassination of General Suleimaini by the US military, the possibility of the eruption of the conflict…
06 January 2020
Global Policy presents its 5 most read blog posts over 2019. Many were published in previous years and 3 were exclusive to GP. We hope you enjoy them and encourage writers to…