Other Voices

While we have particular views on many issues on the Global Agenda, and have commissioned and will continue to promote research into questions affecting these, we are also conscious of the valuable work being done by many other institutions and researchers, some of whom have decades of experience in grappling with aspects of these challenging topics.

In this section of the site – Other Voices – by far the largest of all, we offer a wide cross-section of views and insights.

Posted Oct 03, 2023|  by Carnegie Europe

The UN, particularly its Security Council, is in a desperate state and in need of reform. The organization must become more efficient and less political to tackle the multitude of crises it faces, Judy Dempsey of Carnegie Europe argues, after consulting eleven international experts on... Read More

Posted on Oct 10, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by European Institute for Security Studies

New Delhi intends taking full advantage of the presidency to showcase its position as a multi-aligned emerging power and legitimate leader of the so-called Global South, suggests Amaia Sánchez-Cacicedo in her article for the European Institute for Security Studies. She explains India’s international and domestic...  Read More

Posted on Oct 16, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Bretton Woods Project

As the global system faces complex challenges of slower growth, high inflation, and surging debt levels, the enlargement of the BRICS group in August represents the latest attempt to reshape the global world order. The BRICS leaders repeatedly called for “greater representation of emerging markets...  Read More

Posted on Oct 10, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Franco-German Working Group

Recognising the complexity of aligning diverse Member States' visions for the EU, this report of the Franco-German Working Group on EU Institutional Reform recommends a flexible EU reform and enlargement process. It highlights the need for immediate action to improve the EU's functionality, proposing a...  Read More

Posted on Oct 10, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Intereconomics

There is much uncertainty about the pace of climate change, breakthroughs in artificial intelligence and their impact on jobs, and geopolitical strife between the US and China. Yet throughout, it is important not to forget about the “known knowns” of adverse demography and increasingly tight...  Read More

Posted on Oct 10, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Unites States Institute for Peace

As China increasingly positioned itself as a global leader and foremost champion of the Global South, Xi Jinping and other top Communist Party officials have been vociferous in their critiques of the U.S.-led international order. Through a bevy of initiatives and proposals - like Xi’s...  Read More

Posted on Oct 10, 2023 | in category: Improving global governance | by Spanish Presidency

The European Union still lacks a comprehensive and concrete vision on how to strike a new balance between resilience and competitiveness, and between assertiveness and rules-based cooperation that would allow it to tackle its economic vulnerabilities, while maintaining its role as a global actor in...  Read More