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.

NATO’s 29 member states continue to address the complex task of transforming a transatlantic security organisation into a robust, effective and agile alliance to secure national interests through multilateral initiatives, readiness, joint operations and common financial efforts. In this paper by the GLOBSEC Policy Institute, Bratislava,... Read More

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Posted on Jun 19, 2018 | in category: Improving global governance | by European Center for Development Policy, Alexei Jones, Vera Mazzara

Ever since the EU ventured into development cooperation, questions have arisen on how its institutions and member states could better coordinate their activities. In this paper by the European...  Read More

Posted on May 30, 2018 | in category: Improving global governance | by Chatham House, Alison Hoare, Lan Hong, Jens Hein

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), first introduced in 2013, aims at improving China’s connections with the rest of the world, by land (the ‘belt’) through Central and West...  Read More

Posted on Apr 26, 2018 | in category: Improving global governance | by  Chatham House, Patricia Lewis, Jacob Parakilas, Marianne Schneider-Petsinger at al

As leaders of the world economy, the approach adopted by the US and the EU on issues of international trade and investment affects not only their own economic relationship, but the global...  Read More

Posted on Jun 11, 2018 | in category: Improving global governance | by G20 Insights, Dennis Snower, Kiel Institute for the World Economy

The G20 has traditionally focused on economic growth and financial stability. This is appropriate as long as social progress is closely tied to economic progress, but when economic and social...  Read More

Posted on May 14, 2018 | in category: Improving global governance | by Global Policy, Hakan Altinay

In its contemporary use, civics refers to the constellation of rights and responsibilities emanating from citizenship in a nation-state. But would global civics be feasible, or desirable? There...  Read More

Posted on Apr 26, 2018 | in category: Improving global governance | by Egmont Institute, Antoine Masquelin, Paul Hammoud, Tristan Thomas

The nine states that constitute the Outermost Regions (ORs) - although geographically distant from continental Europe - deserve close attention from the EU because of climate change, sustainable...  Read More

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