Other Voices

While we have particular views on many issues on the Global Agenda, and have commissioned and will continue to promote research into questions affecting these, we are also conscious of the valuable work being done by many other institutions and researchers, some of whom have decades of experience in grappling with aspects of these challenging topics.

In this section of the site – Other Voices – by far the largest of all, we offer a wide cross-section of views and insights.

Posted on Jul 11, 2020 | in category: Sharing core norms and values | by  Center of International Governance Innovation, Myra Tawfik

The COVID-19 public health crisis highlights the inequities and biases in both international and domestic intellectual property (IP) regimes that were already being scrutinized before the...  Read More



Posted on Jul 10, 2020 | in category: Addressing vulnerability and promoting security | by  E-International, Luciana Ballestrin

As an indicator of poor and developing countries in contrast to richer and developed ones, the “Global South” is the heir of the “Third World”. In this article for...  Read More



Posted on Jul 09, 2020 | in category: Delivering sustainable economic growth | by International Monetary Fund, World Bank Group

The COVID-19 pandemic has disproportionately hurt disadvantaged groups, leaving uneven access to opportunities and persistent income gaps in many economies. In this joint publication, the...  Read More



Posted on Jul 10, 2020 | in category: Improving global governance | by  Saferworld, Ali Altiok, Jordan Street

Since its adoption seventy-five years ago, the UN Charter has defined an institution with three founding pillars: peace and security, human rights, and development.  In this...  Read More



Posted on Jul 09, 2020 | in category: Addressing vulnerability and promoting security | by  Hudson Institute, Thomas Duesterberg

In recent years, Chinese firms, led by Huawei and ZTE, have moved aggressively to win acceptance of their 5G standards, based on their own patents. Read More



Posted on Jul 08, 2020 | in category: Delivering sustainable economic growth | by  Foreign Policy, Lyman Stone

The removal of the one-child policy in 2015 did not create a baby boom,  to the surprise of Chinese policymakers who...  Read More