Observatoire européen des think tanks Think tanks and civil society : because ideas matter

World Policy Institute

Suivre la vie du sitehttp://www.worldpolicy.org/

Suivre la vie du sitehttp://www.worldpolicy.org/rss.xml

Derniers articles

  • Amplifying Arctic Issues ‘Downstream of the 66th Parallel’

    26 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: As climate change continues to threaten the Arctic, the need to influence public opinion on environmental issues is increasingly urgent. Elena S. Bell examines how high-profile Arctic Council chairs like John Kerry and Leona Aglukkaq can amplify the organization's message worldwide. read (...)
  • Sudan at a Crossroads

    25 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: Now that U.S. sanctions may soon be lifted, Sudan must consider how to fully re-enter the international community. Yousif Yahya argues that policy-makers in Khartoum should channel resources into education and research to ensure the average citizen will reap the benefits of global (...)
  • Campaigning to Destroy : How Moscow Authorities Promoted Mass Housing Demolition

    25 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: A program seeking to demolish some 4,000 Soviet-era apartment blocks and relocate around 1 million people sparked unprecedented outrage in Moscow. Daria Litvinova describes the heavy-handed government propaganda campaign that lead up to President Vladimir Putin signing the bill into law (...)
  • Protecting the Polar Seaways

    24 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: Dramatic reduction in summer sea ice allows for increased maritime traffic in the dangerous waters of the Arctic. David Rivera argues that the Polar Code's shipping regulations are insufficient for keeping the Arctic Ocean clean and safe. read (...)
  • Talking Policy : Salwa El Gantri on Transitional Justice in Tunisia

    21 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: Since Tunisia's revolution in 2010, the country has made strides in advancing economic and social justice. World Policy Journal speaks with Salwa El Gantri, the head of the International Center for Transitional Justice’s office in Tunisia, about proposed legislation that could threaten (...)
  • World Policy On Air, Ep. 129 : "The Rights of Trees"

    21 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: Climate change is accelerating faster than scientific models predicted. This week on World Policy On Air, associate director of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund Mari Margil argues a transformation in law and culture is needed to curb the damaging effects on the world's (...)
  • China, Prometheus Unbound

    20 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: China's dramatic economic transformation is often attributed to free-market reforms. James H. Nolt argues, however, that a massive increase in public investment has played a key part in the country's rapid technological revolution. By James H. Nolt read (...)
  • The Northern Sea Route, Russia’s Coronary Artery

    19 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: In Russia, rivers and seas play a key role in connecting settlements separated by impassable terrain. Morgane Fert-Malka discusses the significance of the so-called Northern Sea Route for Moscow's strategic development goals and national identity. read (...)
  • A New Approach to End Malnutrition in Africa

    18 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: Africa is the only continent in the world where malnutrition is on the rise. Mercy Lung'aho argues that implementing systems to track chronic malnutrition and predict food security risks can help avert crises. By Mercy Lung’aho read (...)
  • The Double-Edged Sword of Arctic Development

    17 juillet 2017, par admin
    Lede: Since 2007, the Arctic narrative has revolved around access to natural resources as global temperatures rise. Michael Brown discusses the effects of the growing international demand for renewable energy on Arctic development and regional governance. read (...)

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

Suivez-nous !

Copyright Observatoire des think tanks - Powered by SPIP, Feat.B_HRO - Mentions légales