A European-Style United Nations

Improving global governance
Posted May 05, 2021 | Project Syndicate, Sandra Breka, Brian Finlay

Though the EU is often decried as slow, risk-averse, and inflexible, it stands out for its success in forging an effective supranational polity and pooling resources to meet shared challenges. In their article for Project Syndicate, Sandra Breka and Brian Finlay provide examples of solutions forged in multilateral processes that were more inclusive, effective, and durable. This qualifies the EU to provide valuable lessons for the UN’s renewal. They suggest that an inclusive, adaptive, and empowered UN that builds on the EU’s experience can provide a strong foundation for a rules-based international order that advances global peace and stability, while facilitating action on shared challenges.



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