november, 2019

tue12nov17h4518h45Defeating the Deadlock: Towards a New Consensus for Multilateral Action17h45 - 18h45 Format:Conversation

Speakers for this event

  • Amitav ACHARYA

    Amitav ACHARYA

    School of International Service, American University, Washington DC

    School of International Service, American University, Washington DC

  • Latha REDDY

    Latha REDDY

    Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC)

    Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC)

  • Martin TISNE

    Martin TISNE

    Luminate

    Luminate

  • Mary ROBINSON

    Mary ROBINSON

    The Elders (Former President, Republic of Ireland)

    The Elders (Former President, Republic of Ireland)

  • Nora MULLER

    Nora MULLER

    Körber-Stiftung

    Körber-Stiftung

Description

Climate change, new technologies, migration, global inequalities – many of the current global challenges require collective responses. At the same time, the multilateral order is under fire. Great power politics and nationalism are on the rise while support for international organizations is shrinking. In this session we will search for fresh ideas on how to reinvigorate multilateral action. Among other things, we will ask what is needed to overcome geopolitical deadlocks between states? What should the future multilateral system look like? And can ‘multistakeholderism’ be the answer?
(Hosted by Körber-Stiftung)

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