By Adam Przeworski – This piece reflects on the various events brought on by coronavirus and speculates on their long-term consequences. It contemplates the state of our beliefs, liberalism, institutions, geopolitics, risk, and science in times of COVID-19.
By Thomas G. Weiss – With the Trump administration’s aberrant attacks on international institutions short-sighted and missing the mark, Democrats should once again champion multilateralism.
By Nina Teresa Kiderlin, Pedro José Martinez Esponda & Dorothea Endres – Challenging the common narratives of legal change, the PATHS project investigates the different pathways through which stability and change travel in the international legal order.
By David Sylvan – Liberalism may yet need to be in our future, despite claims we are moving toward an illiberal international order.
With multilateralism under strain, the Summit will test Japan’s leadership, member countries’ resolve, and the foundations of the G20 itself.
By Michael N. Barnett – Liberalism was never critical to global governance, and the future of global governance might not depend on liberalism.
By Miia Halme-Tuomisaari – How can we understand the continued importance of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in today’s world?
By Ezgi Yildiz – International law prohibits torture, but not the tools used to torture. The Global Alliance for Torture Free Trade aims to change that.
By Velibor Jakovleski – Are international organizations simply a way to atone for human suffering, or is their symbolic role crucial for global governance?
By Nico Krisch & Annabelle Littoz-Monnet – Critical, profound engagement with global governance is today more necessary than ever.