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Volume 4 Issue 2 Part 2 - June 2020

Multilateralism: Its Past, Present and Future

David Chikvaidze
The narrative ‘sweeps through’ history, starting with the Treaties of Westphalia in 1648, on to the Congress of Vienna of 1814-15, to the current terminology of ‘modern multilateralism’ Read more
Alexander Likhotal
This generation has grown in the belief that history has ended before them, that now we live in an era of comfort and stability. Indeed, the post-Cold War context has given birth to beliefs Read more
Stefan Brunnhuber, Garry Jacobs
Development needs have primarily been financed through private sector financing, conventional public sector funding and philanthropic commitment. These traditional sources Read more
Dragan Djuricin
Structural crises of the past have had a significant impact on the world economy even before the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in 2020. The ongoing medical crisis exacerbates the Read more
Mariana Bozesan, Thomas Kehler, Thomas Schulz
The COVID-19 pandemic has vividly demonstrated that humanity is not well prepared to address global challenges, particularly existential threats. This paper shows us how to restart the economy and ensure employment Read more
Yehuda Kahane
In these past two centuries, capitalism has driven substantial economic growth. However, this growth has not been responsible for the “thrivability” of our planet in terms of society and the environment. Read more
Pavel Luksha, Witold Kinsner, Joshua Cubista, Jessica Spencer-Keyse
The Education subgroup of the GL-21 project recognizes that education plays a triple role in regard to the new model of leadership. First, we need education to serve leadership, Read more
Emil Constantinescu
In order to understand “What the world will look like after the pandemic”, we must first understand the present we inhabit and learn from the lessons of the recent past. Read more
Winston P. Nagan, Samantha R. Manausa
This article introduces the twin themes of leadership and global constitutionalism. Today, we have a global constitution: the UN Charter. It has evolved into a weak instrument of Read more