Building an International Architecture for Managing Global Threats

This Emerging Insights paper argues that an improved international architecture is needed and that it should be built on improving systems, networks, coalitions and organisations that already exist.

The changing types, dimensions and dynamics of crisis threats are forecast to increase over the next decade – in some instances, exponentially. These threats will have growing global consequences in an increasingly interdependent world order. Yet, there is a lack of international systems and procedures that can consistently and effectively identify, monitor and, where necessary, mitigate the impacts of threats such as cyber systems collapse, global indebtedness, mass displacement, bioengineered pandemics and the multiple consequences of climate change.

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