In May 2016 , 5 high achieving students from across the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Sheffield, attended the G7 Summit held in Ise-Shima, Japan. Accompanied by Professor Hugo Dobson and Dr. Garrett Brown, the students worked as policy analysts writing for the Global Policy Journal and GLOSS; and collaborating with the G7 Research Group.
Pictured from Left to Right: John Jacobs (School of East Asian Studies); Magdalena Krakau (Politics); John Casson (Economics); Rachel Claringbull (Politics); Elliott Glover (School of Law).
The blogs produced by the team for Global Policy can be viewed here.
- Garrett Brown: Global Health gets a Vital Injection at the G7 Japan Summit, but not the Cure
- Magdalena Krakau: Maritime Territorial Disputes and the G7 – the Limits of Agenda Setting
- Hugo Dobson: Sino-Japanese Rivalry and a Potential Battle of the ‘Gs’
- John Jacobs: The DPRK at Ise-Shima 2016 – Strong on Rhetoric but Light on Solutions
- Elliott Glover: G7 Relinquish Leadership on Climate Change to Members’ Discretion
- John Casson: The Global Economy: Where do we go from Here?
- Rachel Claringbull: Women at the G7 – in need of a little less conversation, a little more action