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 Oct 04, 2017 |  by Global Policy Forum, James Paul

In this analysis, James Paul of the Global Policy Forum examines the idealism, successes and failures of the UN Security Council. He suggests that the five permanent members - the “P5” - though powerful and relatively prosperous, are still dominated by the United States, usually with the active involvement of Britain and France.... Read More

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