By Michael N. Barnett – Liberalism was never critical to global governance, and the future of global governance might not depend on liberalism.
The End of a Liberal International Order That Never Existed
By Michael N. Barnett - Liberalism was never critical to global governance, and the future of global governance might not depend on liberalism.
Unpacking the controversy around the Global Compact for Migration
By Hannah Birkenkötter and Sinthiou Buszewski - Why some criticisms against the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration might be misguided.
An “Ordinary” Critique of Global Politics
By Stéphanie Perazzone – What role does “ordinary politics” play in shaping our understanding and experience of global politics?
Can International Relations & Science and Technology Studies be integrated?
By Peter M. Haas - Insights from STS scholars might enhance the legitimacy of science or lead to its outright rejection.
Introducing: Global Governance Debates
One theme, different perspectives. A more nuanced debate on global governance.
By Hannah Birkenkötter and Sinthiou Buszewski –
Why some criticisms against the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration might be misguided.
By Stéphanie Perazzone –
What role does “ordinary politics” play in shaping our understanding and experience of global politics?
By Astrid Hedin – Communist regimes screened and trained all foreign travelers for political loyalty. How did this systematic distortion of global dialogue shape global governance?
By Martin Belov – A shift to a post-Westphalian reality requires rethinking our constitutional concepts, paradigms and institutional designs.
By Nina Reiners – What happens if the independence and expertise of UN human rights treaty bodies is threatened by its own members?
By Annabelle Littoz-Monnet – How can we think about the legitimacy of science without making claims to its impartiality?
By Miia Halme-Tuomisaari – How can we understand the continued importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in today’s world?
By Peter M. Haas – In the face of post-truth challenges, how can the political authority of science in world politics be defended?
By Velibor Jakovleski – With declining hegemony and increasing uncertainty, what are the prospects for governing global finance.
By Astrid Hedin – During the Cold War, dialogue within IOs helped shape global norms via East-West policy isomorphism.
How does international law affect power and development in resource-wealthy postcolonial countries?
By Erica Moret – How the UK coordinates its sanctions policies with the EU will be important in a post-Brexit world.
By Ezgi Yildiz – International law prohibits torture, but not the tools used to torture. The Global Alliance for Torture Free Trade aims to change that.
By Stephanie Hofmann – In a world seemingly in flux, who and what is providing order to international relationships?