52 Ways to Respond the Pandemic INTERSECTING in One Book

With articles and impressive original photographs from around the globe, the project INTERSECTING illustrates why sustainable new infrastructure is key to building resilient societies and preventing future pandemics. The e-book is a project of The Global Solutions Initiative (GSI) in cooperation with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and New Dialogues as publisher. It can be downloaded on the GSI website.  Berlin, March 30th, 2021 – One year after the COVID-19 pandemic started, a new e-book features ideas and experiences … Read more

Summit Round-Up: Closing Panel – Chapter 2

In the closing panel of the Global Solutions Summit 2020, panelists look back at the key moments and highlight the crucial takeaways and policy recommendations for the G20. Policy responses to the pandemic, ideas on the future of multilateralism, mitigating climate change, and addressing the social challenges associated digitalization are in the spotlight of this … Read more

Keynote by Harold James

Curated and produced by Forum New Economy The current pandemic has led to a dramatic contraction in global trade. Lockdowns and travel restrictions have disrupted international supply chains and the movement of people. It has also exposed national vulnerabilities that governments will need to address and has advanced the rise of anti-globalist sentiments. We are looking … Read more

Mobilizing Multilateral Cultural Values

Curated and produced by George Mason University, Robert Bosch Academy, and Stanford University Press Global cultural anxieties are shaping responses to multilateralism at the deepest possible level and reported in daily headlines. This keynote and panel address the viability and need for mobilizing multilateral values from a cultural perspective. The keynote and the panelists have … Read more

Keynote by J.P. Singh

Curated and produced by George Mason University, Robert Bosch Academy, and Stanford University Press Global cultural anxieties are shaping responses to multilateralism at the deepest possible level and reported in daily headlines. This keynote and panel address the viability and need for mobilizing multilateral values from a cultural perspective. The keynote and the panelists have … Read more

How is it possible to avoid the emergence of another bipolar competitive era?

Curated and produced by China-West Dialogue  The Future of Multilateralism and Global Governance, for better or worse, hinges on the relationship between the United States and China. The growing rivalry is being driven by conflicting narratives in each country about the other. This spiraling dynamic is out of control. What can be done? The China-West Dialogue was founded to … Read more

Keynote by Colin Bradford

Curated and produced by China-West Dialogue  The Future of Multilateralism and Global Governance, for better or worse, hinges on the relationship between the United States and China. The growing rivalry is being driven by conflicting narratives in each country about the other. This spiraling dynamic is out of control. What can be done? The China-West Dialogue was founded to … Read more

YGC Statement on Multilateralism

Over the last 75 years, multilateralism has been a strong driver and pillar of global peace and prosperity. At the same time, and especially more recently, globalization and current forms of global governance have been viewed as infringing on national sovereignty and constraining democratic decision-making. With populism, protectionism and nationalism on the march, a growing … Read more

Vision Statement by Peter Eigen

Over the last 75 years, multilateralism has been a strong driver and pillar of global peace and prosperity. At the same time, and especially more recently, globalization and current forms of global governance have been viewed as infringing on national sovereignty and constraining democratic decision-making. With populism, protectionism and nationalism on the march, a growing … Read more

What can the G20 do: Multilateral cooperation in a new global order

Over the last 75 years, multilateralism has been a strong driver and pillar of global peace and prosperity. At the same time, and especially more recently, globalization and current forms of global governance have been viewed as infringing on national sovereignty and constraining democratic decision-making. With populism, protectionism and nationalism on the march, a growing … Read more

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