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Global Security Governance

The attacks of September 11, 2001 and its aftermath have demonstrated the limits of an unilateral quest for security.
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Global Security Governance

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Global Economic Governance

The 2008-09 global economic crisis unleashed major upheavals in the global economic and social policy arrangements, requiring firm governmental action to contain the crisis and to deal with the negative economic and social consequences. Continue reading

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Global Economic Governance

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Reforming the United Nations

Calls for reforming the United Nations began almost immediately after the inception of the global institution.
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Reforming the United Nations

Calls for reforming the United Nations began almost immediately after the inception of the global institution.
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Recent Event: Are Governments & the Bretton Woods Institutions Fighting Inequality?

Friday, April 21 International Monetary Fund HQ2 (3rd Fl) 03B-838B, Washington DC The recent backlash against globalization in advanced economies was in part driven by the increasing wealth and income gaps between those who benefit and those who do not. more »

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Recent Event: Are Governments & the Bretton Woods Institutions Fighting Inequality?

Friday, April 21 International Monetary Fund HQ2 (3rd Fl) 03B-838B, Washington DC The recent backlash against globalization in advanced economies was in part driven by the increasing wealth and income gaps between those who benefit and those who do not. more »

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Past Event: “African Directions: Towards an Equitable Partnership in Peace Operations”

Tuesday, April 11, 2017, New York FES New York co-hosted a panel discussion and an expert-level workshop on the final report of the “The New Geopolitics of Peace Operations II” initiative, which was conducted by the Stockholm International Peace Research more »

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Past Event: “Global and Regional Nuclear Orders in a Moment of Geopolitical Uncertainty”

Thursday, March 16, 2017 UNHQ, New York As recent geopolitical shifts continue to stress-test the existing regional and global nuclear orders, more than 100 UN Member States will gather in March 2017 to begin negotiating a nuclear weapons ban treaty. more »

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