Improving global governance

Improving the quality of global governance and our global institutions - for most of the important challenges we face in a highly-connected world can only be resolved in this way.

Posted Feb 07, 2019 |  by World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab

The unipolar world, with the US as the leading political power and market capitalism as the leading economic concept, has come to an end. Klaus Schwab suggests in this article of the World Economic Forum that the new, multipolar and multiconceptual world is extremely fragile, as the rise of new powers leads to an inherently more hostile... Read More

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