Global Governance

Wilson Quarterly Spotlight: Rising Populism and the International Order

In this edition of Wilson Center NOW, we explore the latest issue of The Wilson Quarterly, “The Fate of the International Order,” with the help of editor Richard Solash and contributor David Bosco. They discuss how the rise of both right- and left-leaning populism is challenging multilateral organizations across the globe.

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Visit By the International Visitor Leadership Program Delegation on Transparency and Ethics in Government

On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, the Wilson Center Africa Program hosted a delegation of the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) for a discussion around the theme of transparency and ethics in government. The IVLP delegates were welcomed to the Wilson Center by Dr. Monde Muyangwa, Director of the Wilson Center Africa Program.

ArgentinaPulse #1: Argentines' Perceptions of the World Order, Foreign Policy, and Global Issues

In June, the International Monetary Fund approved a historic bailout of Argentina’s troubled economy, offering a $50 billion loan to prevent a debt crisis and put an end to the peso’s staggering freefall. That rescue, however, has not endeared the IMF to most Argentines, according to a new poll by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Poliarquía, the ArgentinaPulse.

Is Russia Becoming Central Asia's Near Abroad?: Distinguished Speaker Lecture with S. Frederick Starr

Russia's relationship to Central Asia has always been distinctive and ambiguous, in contrast to its attitude toward both Ukraine and the Caucasus. Only in the twentieth century did it develop a deep sense of mission there, and then only at the hands of a small number of ideologues.  
 

Five Nations Bicker over Whether the Caspian is Lake or Sea

BY RAHIM RAHIMOV

Environmental Concerns - Brazil 2018 Understanding the Issues

Brazil, a country of continental proportion with large reserves of biodiversity and an extensive hydrologic system, has a complex environmental architecture with unique challenges. Brazil is home to 60 percent of the world’s largest rainforest, the Amazon. However, despite the forest’s importance as a biodiversity hub and a carbon sink, its deforestation levels are approaching a critical point of no return.

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