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Since its foundation in 1999, the Group of 20 (G20) has developed from informal meetings of fi-nance ministers and heads of central banks into the arguably most powerful forum addressing a wide range of global challenges. But currently, global cooperation itself is under threat, challenged by nationalism, populism, and post-factual thinking. Human wellbeing, peace, security, and the stability of the Earth system are at a crossroads. Is the G20 still able to shape an interconnected, sustainable world? Over the years,…Find out more »
A conversation around the next Multiannual Financial Framework: options for EU development cooperation.
The new MFF 2021-2027 will be a critical juncture for European development cooperation since it is expected to assess both the effectiveness of existing external action instruments, and the potential for the EU budget to contribute to new areas, including defence and security. However the current MFF doesn’t seem to be fit for purpose to respond to the current global challenges. In such circumstances, it is essential for the EU to rethink its place in international cooperation and equip itself…Find out more »