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Labor Rights in the Age of Global Supply Chains
by Layna Mosley
“[C]hanging the incentives for governments in developing countries is probably necessary—albeit not sufficient—to achieve sustained improvements for workers.” Fourth in a series on labor relations around the world.
The Populist Turn in American Politics
by Barry Eichengreen
“[H]istory … suggests taking more seriously concerns about inequality and, specifically, the resentment and alienation of once-privileged groups who feel left behind.”
The Nationalist Origins of Political Islam
by Jocelyne Cesari
“[The] incorporation of Islam within state institutions nationalized religious authorities and teachings, giving rise to a hegemonic version of the faith.”
Perspective: Why Humanitarian Intervention Still Isn’t a Global Norm
by Rajan Menon
Efforts to press the international community to supersede national sovereignty when necessary to stop atrocities have been hindered by inconsistent application of the principle.
Books: Visions of a Borderless World
by Nando Sigona
Donald Trump vows to build a wall while Europe tries to pull up the drawbridge. A new book argues that borders violently enforce inequality, barring the global poor from prosperity.
The Global Challenge of the Refugee Exodus
by Gallya Lahav
“The refugee crises…amount to an emerging global challenge facing almost all industrialized liberal democracies, pitting their humanitarian norms against materialist values.”
The Troubled Rise of Gay Rights Diplomacy
by Omar G. Encarnación
“It is premature to gauge the full impact of the developed West’s effort to sell gay rights to the developing world, but the early returns are not auspicious…”
The International Consequences of Financial Fragility
by Jonathan Kirshner
“The United States is unrepaired and still vulnerable; Europe is hobbled and encumbered by the patchwork straitjacket of its political economy. The rest of the world, less directly affected by the crisis, is actively searching for something different.”
Perspective: Cybersurveillance and the New Frontier of Deterrence
by Susan Landau
Why did the Obama administration treat threats against a Hollywood studio over a movie mocking North Korea as a matter of national security? It was sending a message to deter others.
Books: Is Religious Freedom a Western Imposition?
by Monica Duffy Toft
A new book finds fault with global campaigns for religious minorities’ rights. Its author misses the interaction of local and international dynamics.
Books: Strangers in the Public Sphere
by Joshua Lustig
After the Paris massacres, a polemical essay and a novel provide alternative perspectives on the religious and colonial roots of the present state of emergency.
The Global Crisis of the Nation-State
by Aviel Roshwald
“[I]t is the failure to consolidate or maintain national identities that are cohesive yet adaptable, rooted in shared historical memories yet capable of integrating new ones, that helps generate some of the major threats to peace and stability in today’s global environment.” Fourth in a series on resurgent nationalism.
The Geopolitics of Cyberspace After Snowden
by Ron Deibert
“The aims of the Internet economy and those of state security converge around the same functional needs: collecting, monitoring, and analyzing as much data as possible.”
Twenty-First-Century Space Security: Conflict or Collaboration?
by James Clay Moltz
“Given the growing number of actors and spacecraft in orbit, the major challenge facing the international community is one of collective action. . . .”
A “New Mediocre” for the Global Economy?
by Barry Eichengreen
“Which view is correct—that which attributes the likelihood of a weak economy in 2015 to the unfortunate concurrence of transitory problems in a number of the world’s largest economies, or that which warns of secular stagnation due to the declining productive potential of innovation?”