TNI has a proud history of being at the cutting edge of analysis, research and activism on critical global issues. Here you can navigate our publications in chronological order, including: policy briefs, issue briefs, papers, reports, primers, working papers, and books.

  1. The Promises and Perils of Investor-Driven Fintech Forging People-Centered alternatives

    Digital Futures
    Paper by
    • Milford Bateman
    • Fernando Amorim Teixeira
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  2. Mapping Multistakeholderism in Global Governance Navigate the database

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  3. The Great Takeover Mapping of Multistakeholderism in Global Governance

    Book by
    • Mary Ann Manahan
    • Madhuresh Kumar
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  4. Poppy Farmers Under Pressure Causes and Consequences of the Opium Decline in Myanmar

    • Producers of Crops
    • Drug Policy in Myanmar
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  5. How do communities support fisheries? The who, what, why and how of community supported fisheries

    Fisheries and Fisher peoples
    Policy briefing by
    • Thibault Josse
    • Zoe Brent
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  6. No One Left Behind? Covid-19 and the Struggle for Peace and Justice in Myanmar

    Ethnic Conflict in Myanmar
    Policy briefing
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  7. The Political Economy of Eastern Europe 30 years into the ‘Transition’ New Left Perspectives from the Region

    New Politics
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  8. Troubled Waters How the ‘blue economy’ perpetuates historical injustices in Mauritius

    • Fisheries and Fisher peoples
    • Ocean Grabbing
    Report by
    Carsten Pedersen
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  9. Indonesia’s digital economy commitments in EU and RCEP trade agreements An analysis

    • Free Trade Agreements
    • Digital Futures
    Publication by
    Sofia Scasserra
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  10. COP26: Financiers of polluters in charge A crucial climate summit is becoming the biggest finance greenwash in history

    • Climate Crisis
    • Multistakeholderism
    • Carbon Markets
    • Finance
    Report by
    • Kenneth Haar
    • Brid Brennan
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