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Rivalry and Partnership—The Struggle for a New Global Governance LeadershipDownload
Following up on their 2010 conference, experts in global governance met for two days of discussion at Princeton University. The discussions were cosponsored by Princeton’s Project on the Future of Multilateralism, the Council on Foreign Relations’ International Institutions and Global Governance program, the Stanley Center, and the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.
With the theme of “Rivalry and Partnership—The Struggle for a New Global Governance Leadership,” participants examined America’s role, the integration of rising powers, the configuration of global governance, struggles over international norms and legitimacy, and the success or failure of the G-20.
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