How well or how poorly citizens fare within the borders of their state used to be a no-go area for others to interfere with. But the notion of sovereign equality as the foundation of the international legal order is showing ever more creaks and sq...▶
The need for a paradigm shift in the organization of development aid: from state-focus to a focus on global networks.The WRR report is a welcome and valuable contribution to the Dutch debate on the future of development aid. A concise overview of...▶
It is time to recognize cities as global actors. City networks are reaching across the globe and city governments are collaborating on crucial environmental issues. Coordinating policy at a local level, they are increasingly taking the lead in tac...▶
Janne E. Nijman is Academic Director of the TMC Asser Instituut in The Hague and Professor of History and Theory of International Law at the University of Amsterdam.
Janne is president of the executive board of Oikos, an NGO focused on fair and sustainable globalization, and member of the supervisory board of Spark.