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Munich Young Leaders

News Archive of the Munich Young Leaders

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With the US disengaging from Asia and China threatening to dominate the region, Myong-Hyun Go, Shafqat Munir and Ambika Vishwanath call for a new Asian multilateralism that will require a much greater economic, political, and social commitment. The article is part of our publication »Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!«.

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Manuel Muniz and Marietje Schaake are confident that the European Union has everything it needs to be a global leader in technology and innovation. Its new leadership team should therefore act immediately to create a strong innovation ecosystem and more. The article is part of our publication “Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!”.

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On Project Syndicate Jasmine M. El-Gamal writes about how the perceived threat posed by Iran, the spread of regional terrorism, and the rise of political Islam have ruptured traditional alliances and created much more fluid patterns of multilateral cooperation. This article is also published in “Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!”.

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On the occasion of the ten year anniversary of the Munich Young Leaders programme, the publication “Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!” is available for download. The authors are members of the Munich Young Leaders programme, a joint initiative of Körber-Stiftung and the Munich Security Conference.

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Munich Young Leader Ottilia Maunganidze says Africa is often overlooked as an agenda setter in the international system even though it has a long tradition of multilateral cooperation. Read the latest piece of our Project Syndicate series as preview of our joint publication with the Munich Security Conference, which will be out on 19 September.

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Munich Young Leader Zhou Xizhou argues that China is largely playing by the rules and engaging with the existing multilateral order. Read the full article of our Project Syndicate series as preview of our joint publication with the Munich Security Conference „Multilateralism is Dead. Long Live Multilateralism!“, which will be out on 19 September.

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