Fall 2017 Global Order Colloquium Thought Pieces
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How are the Dynamics of Great Power Changing?
Six Propositions About Great Power Competition and Revisionism in the 21st Century; by Hal Brands
Nationalism, Domestic Politics, and China's Global Leadership Role; by Oriana Skylar Mastro
What Comes After the End of History?; by Alina Polyakova
Domestic Political Interference in a Competitive Great-Power Environment; by William C. Wohlforth
Whither the International Economic and Trade Order?
Trump's Attempted Takedown of Global Trade Regime?; by Chad P. Bown
The China Manufacturing Shock, Politics, and U.S. Productivity; by Kishore Gawande
Trade, Populism, and Public Opinion; by Judith Goldstein
Changing Party Alignments in American Attitudes Toward Trade: Reflections on the Past, Implications for the Future; by Diana Mutz
Can the Global Human Rights Regime Survive?
The Transnational Diffusion of Nationalism; by Ryan Goodman
Catalytic Institutions for Global Commons: Tragedy or Tipping Point? by Thomas E. Hale
We the People: These United Divided States; by Catherine Powell
Liberalism, Populism, and the Backlash Against International Courts; by Erik Voeten
Changing Tides: How Will Global Climate Policy Evolve?
Climate Change, Trump, and Populism; by Ann Carlson
Climate Disruption, Populism, Nationalism, and Retrenchment; by David M. Driesen
The Reformation of Global Environmental Governance; by Eric W. Orts
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