Global Policy's February 2014 edition contains special sections on Geotechnology: A 21st Century Paradigm, edited by Parag Khanna, and on Globalising Climate Justice, edited by Marcello di Paola and Gianfranco Pellegrino. It also contains research on child protection systems, the equality of political participation in conflict-affected contexts, civil society’s role in holding global finance accountable and models for mediating global environmental governance. The issues’ survey articles concentrate on the role of bottom up approaches and capital controls in development.
Simon Dalby - Rethinking Geopolitics: Climate Security in the Anthropocene
Fred Gale - Four Models of Interest Mediation in Global Environmental Governance
Helmut K. Anheier - Institutional Voids and the Role of Civil Society: the Case of Global Finance
Hakan Seckinelgin and Jennifer F. Klot - From Global Policy to Local Knowledge: What is the Link between Women's Formal Political Participation and Gender Equality in Conflict-affected Contexts?
Alexander Krueger, Guy Thompstone and Vimala Crispin - Learning from Child Protection Systems Mapping and Analysis in West Africa: Research and Policy Implications
Special Section - Geotechnology: A 21st Century Paradigm, edited by Parag Khanna
Parag Khanna - Geotechnology and Global Change
Robert Atkinson - Designing a Global Trading System to Maximize Innovation
Carter W. Page - The Impact of Innovation in Geotechnology on Energy and the Environment
Banning Garrett - 3D Printing: New Economic Paradigms and Strategic Shifts
William Hoffman - The Shifting Currents of Bioscience Innovation
Carl Shulman and Nick Bostrom - Embryo Selection for Cognitive Enhancement: Curiosity or Game-changer?
Special Section - Globalising Justice: Climate Justice - Global and Intergenerational Dimensions, edited by Marcello di Paola and Gianfranco Pellegrino
Gianfranco Pellegrino and Marcello Di Paola - The Climatic Challenge to Global Justice
Axel Gosseries - Nations, Generations and Climate Justice
Gianfranco Pellegrino - Extensive and Isolated Benefits in Climate Change Scenarios: Beyond Monistic Principles
Dale W. Jamieson and Marcello Di Paola - Climate Change and Global Justice: New Problem, Old Paradigm?
Thom Brooks - The Inevitability of Climate Change
Li Sheng - Capital Controls and International Development: A Theoretical Reconsideration
John Simon, Onno Schellekens and Arie de Groot - Public Private Partnership and Development from the Bottom Up–From Failing to Scaling
Griffin Thompson and Morgan Bazilian - Democratization, Energy Poverty, and the Pursuit of Symmetry
Kyoo-Man Ha - Transition from Exclusive to Mutual Interest Approaches in Korean Transnational Emergency Management