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    Even an imperfect UN is still the world's best hope

    News, Peter Apps, Published on 27/09/2018

    » Four years after World War II, former British prime minister Winston Churchill was asked to reflect on what would have prevented the conflict. The greatest mistake after World War I, he said, was not to properly resource the League of Nations, the international forum of countries created in 1919. Doing so "would have saved us all".

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    What G7 can still offer the world

    News, Peter Apps, Published on 08/06/2018

    » Meetings of the G8 group comprising the world's richest nations used to be an exercise in well-choreographed consensus. The largely technocratic, centrist leadership of major countries would discuss how to tweak the global economy, help those they believed were being left behind and generally congratulate each other on their overlapping progressive and largely democratic values.

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    Donald Trump gears up for the great Davos face-off

    News, Peter Apps, Published on 25/01/2018

    » Since its foundation in 1971, the World Economic Forum in Davos has been a byword for the growing consensus around an increasingly globalised world. Now, President Donald Trump is on his way to tell those who consider themselves the global elite that they have been wrong on just about everything.

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