Making Global Security Governance and Architectures Context-Responsive

Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy (Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies)
This Policy Brief was first published in https://t20ind.org


Despite advancements in global governance, sustainability and context- responsiveness have largely eluded security outcomes, particularly in the Global South. Afghanistan’s experience is a prime example. At least six factors hamstring effective coordination and cooperation vis-à-vis Sustainable Development Goal 16, which impede context- responsive outcomes and the prospects of the United Nations’ New Agenda for Peace. However, lessons from South-South Cooperation, North- South Cooperation, and North-South and Triangular Cooperation offer solutions. Therefore, this policy brief calls on the G20 to incubate agile new mechanisms rooted in the Global South to supplement extant global security governance processes and architectures to make them “fit-for- purpose”.1 The brief concludes with a six-point ‘action plan’, including piloting a ‘No Money for Terror’ secretariat in India. To illuminate the multidimensional challenge-solution relationship in security governance, this brief focuses on counterterrorism and combating terror financing.


Rajeshwari Krishnamurthy (Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies)

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