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 Nov 11, 2019 | in category: Improving global governance | by  Center for European Policy Studies, Jacques Pelkmans

EU member states have pooled sovereignty, mainly for economic questions related to the single market. In this brief for the Center for European Policy Studies, Jacques Pelkmans analyses single...  Read More



Posted on Oct 17, 2019 | in category: Improving global governance | by Jacques Delors Institut, Institute Berlin, Lucas Guttenberg

There is no common vision of where member states want the Eurozone to go, argues Lucas Guttenberg of the Jacques Delors Institut, Berlin. He suggest that the new Commission should concentrate on...  Read More



Posted on Sep 19, 2019 | in category: Improving global governance | by  Brookings Institution, Joshua Meltzer

The World Trade Organization (WTO) is in need of reform to regain relevance amidst the challenges and opportunities of international trade. Read More



Posted on Oct 17, 2019 | in category: Improving global governance | by The New Humanitarian, Oheneba Boateng

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Posted on Oct 02, 2019 | in category: Improving global governance | by  Center for Global Development, Scott Morris

Investments in research and development (R&D) in activities whose economic returns cannot be captured by one firm or nation, represent a global public good (GPG). The World Bank’s...  Read More



Posted on Sep 08, 2019 | in category: Improving global governance | by  Clingendael, Brigitte Dekker, Sico van der Meer, Maaike Okano-Heijmans

The retreat of the United States from the international order marks a turning point in international affairs and for institutions and agreements that have epitomised world trade, arms control and...  Read More



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