Confronting the Long Crisis of Globalization: Risk, Resilience and International Order

o The nature of risks to global security has changed dramatically since the fall of the Berlin Wall, but our mechanisms for preventing, responding and adapting to them have lagged far behind. While there have been limited efforts to develop more effective international responses, these have been piecemeal and have produced only modest increases in global resilience. This report serves as a think piece to stimulate discussion about possible solutions. In it, the authors explore how current opportunities can be used to catalyze the transformation we need to create a more effective international system.

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Jan 04, 2010
Alex Evans, Bruce Jones, David Steven