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TF5: The Future of Multilateralism and Global Governance

TF5: The Future of Multilateralism and Global Governance
Description​

This task force will foment a discussion on the future of multilateralism at regional and global levels. It will examine ways to reform existing international organizations so they are better placed to tackle new global issues. The task force will also discuss the future of politics in the age of populism, economic downturns, and innovative strategies for global governance.



Taskforce Priorities
  • The future of multilateralism
  • Reforming existing international organizations to take on new global problems
  • The future of politics/democracy under rising populism, and the impact of economic downturns
  • Regional engagement for more effective and efficient global governance
  • Innovative and interactive strategies and programs for global governance
List of Policy Briefs
    Lead Co-Chair
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    Abdulaziz Sager
    Chairman, Gulf Research Center
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    Coordinator
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    Bruno Schmidt Feuerheerd​​
    Research Fellow, KFCRIS
    Contact Coordinator
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    Co-Chairs
      
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    Helmut K. Anheie
    Past President of the Hertie School, Professor
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    Nathalie Tocci
    Director, the Istituto Affari Internazionali; Honorary Professor, University of Tübingen
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    Julia Pomares
    Executive Director, the Center for the Implementation of Public Policies for Equity and Growth (CIPPEC)
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