INTERGOVERNMENTAL RESEARCH AND POLICY JOURNAL
IRPJ published original research articles, review articles, and studies in all areas relevant to intergovernmental policy.
IRPJ maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.
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The Intergovernmental Research and Policy Journal (IRPJ) is a unique interdisciplinary peer-reviewed and open access Journal. It operates under the authority of the only global and treaty-based intergovernmental university in the world (EUCLID), with other intergovernmental organizations in mind. Currently, there are more than 17,000 universities globally, but less than 15 are multilateral institutions, EUCLID, as IRPJ’s sponsor, is the only global and multi-disciplinary UN-registered treaty-based institution.
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1. Background The late 1980s and early 1990s are described as a period of adjusting for the developing world, due to the widespread economic reforms.
ABSTRACT Conflict resolution experts worldwide have wrestled with whether mediation is an alternative form of dispute resolution or the frontrunner. This dissertation negates the notion
1. Introduction and Background for the Storytelling In 1992, States around the world, (State Parties), adopted the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change where
A B S T R A C T From Nuremberg to The Hague, Rome and New York, from the response and redress for the
ABSTRACT The African Continental Free Trade Area—AfCFTA agreement will create a major free trade area (FTA) in the world, connecting 1.3 billion people across 55
ABSTRACT This paper looks at the inhibiting factors to development in Africa. It argues that there are numerous factors inhibiting development in Africa, and these