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What Future Role for the Gs in the Multilateral System?

In the last 40 years, international summits have vastly expanded their role. Illustrative of this trend, the G7/8 and G20 gradually expanded to cover major world issues – until 2018 when US President Trump withdrew his support for the G7 joint declaration. This,...

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Numérique et démocratie

Numérique et démocratie

Le modèle européen de démocratie libérale n'est pas un fait acquis. Plusieurs défis s’annoncent et requièrent notre engagement. Le Professeur Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou, lors de son discours intitulé « Les Désenchantements de la Démocratie Post-Moderne »1,...

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A Just Transition to a Canadian Green Economy

A Just Transition to a Canadian Green Economy

Jeremy Rifkin, an American economic and social theorist, shared a compelling vision of the future in the green digital economy at the University of Toronto on November 19th. He is the main architect of Smart Europe, the European Union’s long-term economic vision and...

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The Age of Weaponised Racism

The Age of Weaponised Racism

“He died like a dog”, said President Donald J. Trump on 27 October 2019 at the press briefing announcing the killing by US special forces in Syria of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi. These invocating words could have been uttered, in the same tone and to the...

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Bridging Humanitarian Action With Development

Bridging Humanitarian Action With Development

It may seem as if the world is falling apart, as crises pile up and disease spreads. This assertion of the former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon (opening of the 71st General Assembly - 24 September 2014) raises a fundamental question: how to reduce the...

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Brexit: a Bright Spot among Clouds

Brexit: a Bright Spot among Clouds

After months of ironclad refusal to reopen negotiations, the EU had to admit that its solution to prevent to hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland – the infamous backstop provision to seal off, if needed, the Irish island from British mainland – would...

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