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Volume 60, issue 3, 2017

Editorial: The Crisis of Democracy pp. 145-148 Downloads
Arthur Muliro
Clinging to Hope: An Urgent Call to Rejuvenate and Revitalize Institutions of Liberal Democracy: An Interview with Jennifer Welsh pp. 149-156 Downloads
Arthur Muliro
No Easy Choices: Politics Between Anachronistic Parties, Holograms and Vacuous Populists: An Interview with Roberto Savio pp. 157-161 Downloads
Arthur Muliro
Economism Against Democracy pp. 162-167 Downloads
Franck Amalric
The Curious Case of the Duterte Presidency: Turning the Demos Against Democracy? pp. 168-173 Downloads
Carmina Yu Untalan
Venezuela: The Decline of a Democracy pp. 174-179 Downloads
Maria Puerta Riera
Reading Paul Raskin’s Journey to Earthland pp. 180-182 Downloads
Franck Amalric
Engineering Peace in Somalia: A Call for a Re-examination of the Somali Peace Processes pp. 183-189 Downloads
Ibrahim Farah and Sekou Toure
Tipping the Scales: Shifting from Projects to Scalable Solutions in Fragile States pp. 190-196 Downloads
Larry Cooley and Jonathan Papoulidis
Why the Current Clamor for East African Federation Cannot Produce Unity pp. 197-200 Downloads
James Magode Ikuya
Religion and Cognitive Development: Implications for the Developing World pp. 201-205 Downloads
Rumy Hasan
Why Power Only Yields to Counter-Power pp. 206-212 Downloads
Claudio Schuftan
A Dangerous Alliance? The Relationship Between Ecuador and China pp. 213-221 Downloads
Salvatore Monni and Luca Serafini
Ten Reflections on Today’s Crisis pp. 222-226 Downloads
Roberto Savio
Unraveling the Narratives of Adivasi Dispossession: A Case Study of Land Acquisition in Nagri Village, Jharkhand pp. 227-234 Downloads
Rahul Ranjan

Volume 60, issue 1, 2017

Feminist Futures: Celebrating Diversities, Asserting Rights, Transforming Societies, Reinventing Economies pp. 1-2 Downloads
Stefano Prato
Guest Editorial: The Future is Feminist pp. 3-6 Downloads
Rochelle Jones
Interview with Brazilian Feminist Activist Jurema Werneck pp. 7-11 Downloads
Lydia Alpizar Duran
On Feminist Futures and Movement Imperatives pp. 12-17 Downloads
Awino Okech
Fearless Futures pp. 18-21 Downloads
Shilo Shiv Suleman and Nida Mushtaq Esapzai
Reclaiming Democratic Spaces Through Liberatory Imagination pp. 22-31 Downloads
Semanur Karaman and Ana Cernov
We Have to Wake Up, Humankind! Women’s Struggles for Survival and Climate and Environmental Justice pp. 32-39 Downloads
Maria Alejandra Rodriguez Acha
Bodily Integrity and Freedoms: A Cross-Movement Perspective pp. 40-43 Downloads
Rupsa Mallik
Funding Trends Affecting Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Organizing pp. 44-49 Downloads
Fareen Walji
Self-Care: An Act of Political Warfare or a Neoliberal Trap? pp. 50-56 Downloads
Inna Michaeli
State of Our Feminist Movements: The Power of Young Feminist Organizing pp. 57-65 Downloads
Felogene Anumo
Intentional BlackLove: Space Making, Visionary Solidarity, and Black Feminisms Movement Building pp. 66-69 Downloads
Angelique V. Nixon
Building a Diverse Movement for Gender Equality pp. 70-73 Downloads
Mary Keogh
Self-Defense Means Political Autonomy! The Women’s Movement of Kurdistan Envisioning and Pursuing New Paths for Radical Democratic Autonomy pp. 74-79 Downloads
Dilar Dirik
Interview with Ana Luz Mamani Silva: Sex Workers are Feminists Too! pp. 80-82 Downloads
Lydia Alpízar Durán and Gabby Cicco
Imagine a Feminist Internet pp. 83-89 Downloads
Jac sm Kee
Transfeminism(s) from the Global South: Experiences from South Africa pp. 90-95 Downloads
L. Leigh Ann van der Merwe
Why Legal Reform is Insufficient to Ensure Sexual Equality pp. 96-99 Downloads
Geetanjali Misra and Nafisa Ferdous
Religious Fundamentalisms: The Observatory on the Universality of Rights Initiative pp. 100-103 Downloads
Naureen Shameem
Intersections of Feminist Romani Resistance: Building the Next Transnational, Diasporic, Indigenous Feminist Agenda: A Roma/Native American/Dalit Coalition pp. 104-107 Downloads
Kerieva McCormick
Envisioning Change Through Art: Funding Feminist Artivists for Social Change pp. 108-113 Downloads
Vanina Serra, Mónica Enríquez Enríquez and Ruby Johnson
Equal Airtime: Body Maps and Narrative Stories by Sex Workers in South Africa pp. 114-119 Downloads
E. A. Oliveira
Book Shelf pp. 120-126 Downloads
Angela Zarro
Correction to: Equal Airtime: Body Maps and Narrative Stories by Sex Workers in South Africa pp. 143-143 Downloads
Elsa Alexandra Oliveira

Volume 59, issue 3, 2016

Editorial: Stumbling Towards Climate Justice pp. 189-194 Downloads
Arthur Muliro Wapakala
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Who is Who in the Fight Against Climate Change pp. 195-198 Downloads
Miren Gutierrez
Slaying the Carbon-Consuming Colonial Hydra: Indigenous Contributions to Climate Action pp. 199-204 Downloads
Julian Brave NoiseCat
In Between Rhetoric and the UNFCCC’s Detachment from the Lived Realities of the People on the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis pp. 205-210 Downloads
Ruth Nyambura
Mapping Climate in the Twenty-First Century pp. 211-216 Downloads
Julia M. Puaschunder
Running in Quicksand: Environmental Change, Migration, and the Policy Imperatives pp. 217-222 Downloads
Kelly M. McFarland
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Bringing Climate Justice to Climate Action pp. 223-228 Downloads
Gabriel Ferrero y Loma-Osorio
Peasant Farming, a Refuge in Times of Crises pp. 229-236 Downloads
Angela Hilmi and Sara Burbi
Food Security in a Changing Climate: A Plea for Ambitious Action and Inclusive Development pp. 237-242 Downloads
Bertrand Noiret
Are International Non-Governmental Development Organizations Fuelling a ‘Conspiracy of Silence’ Around Climate Injustice? pp. 243-250 Downloads
Lorna Gold
NGOs and the Climate Justice Movement in the Age of Trumpism pp. 251-256 Downloads
Tristan Quinn-Thibodeau and Brandon Wu
Climate Change and Energy in East Africa pp. 257-262 Downloads
Robert Ddamulira
New Times for Women and Gender Issues in Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Justice pp. 263-265 Downloads
Isis Alvarez and Simone Lovera
A Kenyan Youth Perspective on Climate Change pp. 266-269 Downloads
Alphaxard Gitau Ndungu
Interconnection of Climate Change, Agriculture and Climate Justice: Complexities for Feeding the World Under Changing Climate pp. 270-273 Downloads
Deepak Ghimire and Dinesh Panday
‘It Sells, But It Does Not Fly’: An Early Assessment of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development pp. 274-279 Downloads
Pieter Fourie and Colleen O’Manique
Reinvigorating the Public Sector: The Case of Food Security, Small-scale Farmers, Trade and Intellectual Property Rules pp. 280-291 Downloads
Susan H. Bragdon
Sustainability and Well-Being: A Happy Synergy pp. 292-298 Downloads
Christopher Barrington-Leigh
Farming for a Small Planet: Agroecology Now pp. 299-307 Downloads
Frances Moore Lappé
Hydro-Politics of the Nile: The Role of South Sudan pp. 308-313 Downloads
Ibrahim Farah and Valentine Opanga
Participatory Scenario-Building for Brazilian Climate Policy: The IES-Brasil Project Experience pp. 314-320 Downloads
Bárbara Costa Pinto Oliveira, Charlotte Heffer and Jelle Hendrik Behagel
Learning from the Global South: Co-producing Evidence for Climate Change Policy pp. 321-327 Downloads
Paulina Calfucoy and Andrea Rudnick
Reflecting on the South African Long-Term Mitigation Scenario Process a Decade Later pp. 328-334 Downloads
Emily Tyler and Marta Torres Gunfaus
Building Institutional Capacities for Climate Change Policies: The Case of MAPS Chile pp. 335-341 Downloads
Paulina Calfucoy
Institutional and Political Factors in Creating a Community of Practice on Mitigation: The Case of PlanCC, Peru pp. 342-349 Downloads
Jorge Chávez Granadino
Adivasis: The World’s Largest Population of Indigenous People pp. 350-353 Downloads
S. Faizi and Priya K. Nair
Africa and the Plight of Climate Change pp. 373-376 Downloads
Passy Amayo Ogolla

Volume 59, issue 1, 2016

Editorial: Financing for Development: The Progress Money Cannot Buy pp. 1-4 Downloads
Stefano Prato
Guest Editorial: The Monterrey Consensus, 14 Years Later pp. 5-7 Downloads
Aldo Caliari
Financing for Development: Trade, Aid, Tax pp. 8-13 Downloads
Anis Chowdhury and Kwame Sundaram Jomo
Towards the Privatization of Global Governance? pp. 14-20 Downloads
Oscar Ugarteche
United Nations and Business Community: Out-Sourcing or Crowding In? pp. 21-28 Downloads
Barbara Adams
Which Finances for Which Development? pp. 29-31 Downloads
Roberto Bissio
A Feminist Perspective on the Follow-Up Process for Financing for Development pp. 32-39 Downloads
Marina Fe Durano and Nicole Bidegain Ponte
Free Trade Agreements, Trade Policy and Multilateralism pp. 40-47 Downloads
Jomo Kwame Sundaram
Lessons from the Dead: The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement as Model Free Trade Agreement pp. 48-52 Downloads
Kwame Sundaram Jomo
Re-Building the World: The Structural Adjustment Through Mega-Infrastructures in the Era of Financialization pp. 53-58 Downloads
Antonio Tricarico and Xavier Sol
Development Finance Takes ‘Private Turn’: Implications and Challenges Ahead pp. 59-65 Downloads
María José Romero
Innovative Finance for Development: The Financial Transaction Tax’s Bumpy Road to Progress pp. 66-70 Downloads
Sarah Anderson
Global Financial Reform Needed, But Unlikely pp. 71-76 Downloads
Kwame Sundaram Jomo
Trade in Financing for Development pp. 77-82 Downloads
Manuel F. Montes
Debt and Systemic Issues: Falling Short of Good Governance Principles at the International Level pp. 83-87 Downloads
Manuel F. Montes
Regulating Corporate Responsibility and Finance for Development pp. 88-93 Downloads
Carlos Lopez
Contractual Vs. Rules-Based Approaches to Sovereign Debt Restructuring pp. 94-99 Downloads
Jürgen Kaiser
Sovereign Debt Restructuring After Argentina pp. 100-106 Downloads
Arturo Porzecanski
Investment Protection Agreements, Human Rights and Sustainable Development: An Uneasy Mix pp. 107-113 Downloads
Roos Os and Roeline Knottnerus
Common but Differentiated Responsibilities: Which Way Forward? pp. 114-120 Downloads
Mariama Williams and Manuel F. Montes
Affirming Our World: Gender Justice, Social Reproduction, and the Sustainable Development Goals pp. 121-126 Downloads
Colleen O’Manique and Pieter Fourie
Ersatz Miracle: Learning Development Lessons from Southeast Asia pp. 127-132 Downloads
Kwame Sundaram Jomo
Public Private Partnerships in the Philippines: When Failed Bidding Means Victory pp. 133-136 Downloads
Jayson H. Cainglet
Financialization of the South African Economy pp. 137-142 Downloads
Seeraj Mohamed
Revisiting Microfinance in Africa pp. 143-146 Downloads
Arthur Muliro Wapakala
Financial Mechanisms for Climate Change: Will They Be Sufficient for Latin America? pp. 147-150 Downloads
Margarita Florez
Wielding Influence, Building Inequality: Capture of Tax Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean pp. 151-157 Downloads
Déborah Itriago
Dynamics of Institutional Proliferation in Financing for Development: The birth of the AIIB pp. 158-166 Downloads
Mehmet Hecan
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