Global Governance | Discussion Takeaways
Cooperation Between Emerging and Established Powers—Where Are the Openings?Download
Cooperation between emerging and established powers is more important than ever. The high-stakes challenges of today’s world require collective international action.
As part of the 54th Annual Strategy for Peace Conference, the Stanley Center convened a roundtable of policy experts to discuss “Cooperation Between Emerging and Established Powers—Where Are the Openings?”
Participants gauged the ripeness for cooperation on key aspects of the global agenda—economic and human development, climate change and energy security, and governance of the global commons.
Four major themes emerged from the conference:
- Governments view issues in a domestic context, and sometimes that is a good thing.
- Cooperation between emerging and established powers must be pursued in multiple venues concurrently.
- Coalition building and outreach is needed to ensure the involvement of key players.
- The usefulness of the emerging/established powers framework is limited.
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