Global Governance showcases the expertise of leading scholars and practitioners concerned with the processes of international cooperation and multilateralism. The result is a provocative exploration of the most pressing transnational challenges of our time—issues of peace and security, development, human rights, the environment, and health among them—presenting groundbreaking research, opinion pieces, and book reviews. The editors and distinguished editorial board are committed to producing a rigorously refereed journal reflecting a wide range of disciplinary and global perspectives.
The Global Forum
The Geneva Conventions at Seventy Now and in the Future—A Call for Action By: Peter Maurer
The 1949 Geneva Conventions after Seventy Years The Fate of Charity in Turbulent Times By: David P. Forsythe
Global Governance “As It Was, Is and Ought to Be” A Critical Reflection By: Stephen Gill
The Politics of Regulatory Design in the Sovereign Debt Restructuring Regime By: Skylar Brooks
The International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) A Self-Directed Organization By: Laura Zamudio González
Policy Integration for Sustainable Development through Multilateral Environmental Agreements An Empirical Analysis, 2007–2016 By: Dona Azizi, Frank Biermann and Rakhyun E. Kim