Pascal Lamy; Chair of the Paris Peace Forum Steering Committee thinks Polylateral Governance is the way forward
We have a growing global governance deficit. On the one side exists rising global challenges (such as climate change or cybersecurity), on the other remains decreasing international cooperation and threats to multilateralism. Not that global governance should be thought of as a global version of local governance. It is inevitably much more difficult than local […]
Never before in human history has the pace of change been so rapid. The nexus of new scientific advances, technological leaps, digitalisation, major demographic changes, and an intensifying globalisation, is impacting our lives with unprecedented force…
Report of the independent High Level Group on maximising the impact of EU Research & Innovation Programmes.
To mark its 30th Anniversary, CUTS International organised a series of lectures around the world, including India, with eminent scholars and practitioners on topics of interest to go with CUTS’ work agenda…
Foreword by Martin Schulz We are living in troubled times, and one sometimes gets the impression that the world is coming apart at the seams. And for exactly this reason I am convinced that progressive forces have a duty to ensure social cohesion in times of turbulence. This is the core element of our policy […]
NEW YORK – The ocean is changing – and not for the better. Well-established scientific evidence shows that it is becoming emptier, warmer, and more acidic, putting marine life under serious pressure. But there is good news: evidence also indicates that the ocean can regenerate, and the world has already agreed to enable that outcome.