June 4-5, 2015 | Princeton, NJ, USA | Global Governance

Order and Disorder in Today’s Global Order

Invitation Only

This workshop is the fifth in an annual series on global governance cosponsored by Princeton University, the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Stanley Center. The workshop is meant to be a cutting-edge forum for improved understanding of the current state of global governance. The forum examines:

  • Where global governance is making strides, faltering, and/or overextending its reach.
  • Where new issue areas come under global governance.
  • The shifting nature of global leadership and its impact on the scope and effectiveness of global governance.
  • The potential clubs or associations of nations have to reorder global leadership.
  • The state of liberal internationalism, its relationship with the existing (or emerging) global governance structure, and its inevitable evolution as the world’s power structure shifts.

The theme for the workshop this year is the state of order and disorder in the global system.


Jennifer Smyser

Vice President and Director of Policy Programming Strategy