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.

The multilateral system, with the UN at its core, is under pressure from within. The EU has maintained a stable presence in the UN, but is faced with fragmentation which weakens its ability to defend its agenda for a rules-based multilateral system. Although the EU and its member states contribute the largest aggregate sum to the UN system,... Read More

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Posted on Mar 14, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Wilson Center

Ever since its establishment, the EU has been criticized for its slow-acting institutional apparatus, and was at times viewed...  Read More

Posted on Feb 14, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Finance & Development

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Posted on Jan 24, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Credit Suisse Research Institute

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Posted on Mar 01, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Bertelsmann Foundation and the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies

It may be premature to declare that the era of globalisation is over. However, the dramatic increase in power-political - or “geopolitical” - rivalry points to a different future,...  Read More

Posted on Jan 26, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by ODI Insights paper

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Posted on Nov 02, 2022 | in category: Improving global governance | by Atlantic Council

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