Tag Archives: global governance

Can the Emerging Economic Powers Govern the Globe?

Can a G7 dominated by developing nations provide the impulse to global governance as did the old G7? The answer is no.

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Let’s Be Practical About Building a Better World

What will it take to get the world community to effectively deal with the proliferation of global problems?

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Sustainability and the Fallacy of Global Governance

Any global effort on climate change is toothless without the cooperation of national governments and their ability to act to support their aims.

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Lagarde’s Failure to Do the Honorable Thing – And Resign

Christine Lagarde’s confirmation as IMF Managing Director further undermines global governance.

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The Curious Source of U.K. Competitiveness

Why does the U.K. keep aiding and abetting tax cheats?

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After Crimea: What Next, in Five Steps

Europe and the United States must look at the real challenges they face.

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Cyber Warfare: The Real Cold War

A successful cyber-attack on a country’s critical infrastructure is not a question of if, but when.

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Repeating Collective Failure, Long After the Great War

Unrestrained climate change: 2014’s tragic answer to the epic, collective failure of 1914?

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Guide to 2014: Global Issues

Our list of the top 10 issues facing the world in the coming year.

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Chinese Antarctic Rescue a Positive Signal

The rise of China means another partner in global burden-sharing.

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