Thomas Hale is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University.
James Ron and Archana Pandya, editors of openGlobalRights, introduce this week's debate:
Religion and human rights: What are the potential points of collaboration?
A new dawn for the Unions? Frances O’Grady and economic democracy
Niki Seth Smith
Resolving gridlock involves the search
for a new kind of politics that builds on the many and various partial
solutions to global challenges that can be found today. The only alternative is collective drift.
and political shifts in large part attributable to the successes of the post-war multilateral order are now amongst the
factors grinding that system into gridlock.
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