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Cooperative Development in a Multipolar World

Cooperative Development in a Multipolar World

Vladimir Yakunin assesses a series of world order and development challenges in the following paper, with the imperative to raise the bar for policy...
Making Sustainability Work Through Business Transformation

Making Sustainability Work Through Business Transformation

A recent study found India’s economic growth to be at over seven percent, largely led by businesses pursuing innovation activities and automation initiatives that are aimed at sustainable, long-term...
Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century

Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century: Localising Global Goals

There is now an increasing focus on issues of sustainability by businesses operating in India. The quest to re-define business processes occurs amidst an...
Digitalisation and a Global Dialogue of Civilisations

Digitalisation and a Global Dialogue of Civilisations

Berlin, 26 April 2017: Experts within the field of digitalisation from China, Finland, India, Russia, Germany, and South Africa met at the Dialogue of...
Sauce for the Gander

Sauce for the Gander

“One of the most pathetic aspects of human history is that every civilization expresses itself most pretentiously, compounds its partial and universal values most...
Cyprus peace_

Ending the never-ending story

This article addresses the question of why achieving a peace settlement for Cyprus has proven so difficult since the partition of the island in...
International Cooperation

The Role of Intercivilizational Dialogue in Securing Successful International Cooperation

A Paper by Vladimir Yakunin, Founding President of the World Public Forum "Dialogue of Civilizations", delivered at the Beijing Forum on November 6, 2015 Ladies...
France And Finland Flags

Helsinki and Paris – a New Security Architecture for the Euro-Asia Space

The continual crisis in Ukraine is perpetuating an East-West schism that was never overcome after the end of the Cold War. Even if there...

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