G7 Policy Briefs 2017

The following Policy Briefs were originally featured in the Global Policy Journal.

Riahi: What Does the Taormina G7 Summit Mean for MENA Stability

International Trade Governance and the G7 in the Trump and post-Brexit Era – Osaki

Kruja: Terrorism at the G7

Hunnaball: Global Opportunity or Fake Smiles_ Automation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Bunyan: Gender-based Violence and the 2017 G7 Summit – Ignoring the Most Vulnerable

Coles: And the Circus Leaves Town- A Critical Examination of the G7 as a Legitimate Form of Global Governance 

Brown: Securitizing the Symptoms, not Causes The G7 Again Misses the Point on Collective Global Security

Weir: The Perennial North Korea Problem at the G7 Summit

Dobson: When Bilateralism Trumps Multilateralism Japan-US Relations at the G7




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