Global Governance 2025


The report focuses on important governance gaps in areas such as intrastate conflict, resource management, migration, and biotechnology, rather than examining all challenges requiring multilateral efforts. It suggests that these issues are not receiving enough attention and their long-term impact on the international order has been underestimated.

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“Global Governance 2025 is the result of a collaborative process involving input from government officials, business leaders, academics, NGOs, think tanks, and media representatives in various countries. The report highlights the diverse range of opinions and challenges in reforming global governance. Experts, including NIC Counselor Mathew Burrows and Giovanni Grevi from the EUISS, played a key role in producing the report. The Atlantic Council of the US and the Transatlantic Policy Network also supported the project. The report emphasizes the importance of cooperation and shared perspectives in analyzing global governance issues.”


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