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Global governance in transition: the challenges and opportunities of new international structures
world Bank, BRICS, IMF, G20, G7, G77, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations

Global governance in transition: the challenges and opportunities of new international structures

Global governance structures are crucial elements in the management of international affairs, ensuring cooperation between nations in areas such as economics, safety, environment and human rights. The history of these structures dates back to the Bretton Woods system, established in 1944, which established institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, aiming to rebuild and stabilize the global economy after World War II. The United Nations (HIM-HER-IT) also emerged during this period, serving as a platform for multilateral diplomacy. However, These classical institutions face increasing criticism due to their limited ability to respond to contemporary challenges. Recurring economic crises, changes ...
Economic interdependence as a pillar of international stability and peace
Africa, South Africa, Americas, Asia, world Bank, Brazil, China, U.S, IMF, Japan, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations

Economic interdependence as a pillar of international stability and peace

Global economic interdependence has emerged as one of the main pillars of international stability in recent decades. This phenomenon, characterized by the intense flow of goods, the role of NATO and the UN Security Council, capitals and information between countries, has been widely recognized for promoting peace by creating incentives for cooperation and reducing the risks of armed conflict. Economic interdependence, However, faces significant challenges in the contemporary scenario, raising concerns about its sustainability and possible impacts on world peace. Historically, economic interdependence intensified after World War II, with the creation of international institutions such as the UN, the IMF and the World Bank, which promoted economic cooperation and trade liberalization..
The accumulated tension in the current international scenario: We are on the brink of a third world war?
Americas, Asia, China, U.S, Ethiopia, Europe, India, Will, Israel, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, Middle East, Central African Republic, Russia, Ukraine

The accumulated tension in the current international scenario: We are on the brink of a third world war?

The contemporary international scenario is marked by growing tensions that raise concerns about the possibility of a major global conflict., similar to the First and Second World Wars. To understand whether we are really on the brink of a third world war, It is essential to draw historical parallels and identify patterns that may indicate the repetition of destructive cycles. Among these patterns, the increase in xenophobia and geopolitical tensions stand out, that are present today in different parts of the world. During the First World War, Europe was immersed in a web of complex alliances and conflicts of national interests, which culminated in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in 1914 and the subsequent declaration of war. in a way ...
Reforma also HIM: between the need for modernization and the search for hegemony
Americas, Brazil, Europe, Israel, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, Middle East, Palestine, Russia, Ukraine

Reforma also HIM: between the need for modernization and the search for hegemony

The United Nations (HIM-HER-IT), created in the aftermath of World War II, has been a milestone in international cooperation and the search for global peace and security. Yet, the world has changed drastically since 1945, presenting new geopolitical challenges, economic and environmental. Given these transformations, there is a growing call for reform of UN institutions and mechanisms, aiming to adapt to new global realities. Reform is necessary not only to make the organization more representative and effective, but also to ensure it can tackle complex contemporary issues, from regional conflicts to climate change. However, the path to reform is undermined by geopolitical interests, where proposals from countries like the United States and ...
food safety, a health problem… but also geopolitics
Europe, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, Russia

food safety, a health problem… but also geopolitics

The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report, released by 5 UN agencies indicate that 735 millions of people went hungry in the world in 2022. Hunger is one of the most urgent and devastating problems facing humanity., and unfortunately persists in many parts of the world. While lack of access to food is multifaceted and complex, there are certain factors that have a significant impact on global food security. Two of those factors are sanctions on Russia and the fertilizer issue.. Economic sanctions imposed on Russia by various nations have a direct effect on the availability and affordability of food for the Russian population.. These restrictive measures are usually aimed at punishing or putting pressure on governments or individuals involved in activities..
The importance of UN Security Council reform: enlargement of membership and veto power
Americas, Brazil, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, Global Themes

The importance of UN Security Council reform: enlargement of membership and veto power

The United Nations Security Council (CSNU) plays a crucial role in maintaining international peace and security. However, many argue that its current structure does not reflect contemporary geopolitical reality and does not meet emerging global demands. In this context, it becomes crucial to discuss and implement a UN Security Council reform that not only expands the number of members, but also grant these new members veto power. This holistic approach is necessary to ensure the representativeness and effectiveness of this international body.. expansion of members: A reform of the UN Security Council that involves expanding the number of members is essential to reflect the current geopolitical reality. The council was established in 1945...
cybersecurity: a global problem, a global solution
Americas, Brazil, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations

cybersecurity: a global problem, a global solution

cybersecurity, also known as information security, is the set of measures and practices that aim to protect the systems, devices, digital networks and data from cyber attacks, information theft, damage or compromise. Cybersecurity is an ever-evolving field due to the constant increase in cyber threats and vulnerabilities, and it is essential for companies, organizations and individuals who want to protect their data and digital assets. Cybersecurity as an international issue Cybersecurity is treated internationally as a critical national security issue., privacy and data protection, and global trade. Cybersecurity is a growing concern for governments, companies and organizations around the world, once the...
Brazil assumes the presidency of the UN Security Council
HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations

Brazil assumes the presidency of the UN Security Council

UN News/Disclosure As of July, Brazil will assume the rotating presidency of the United Nations Security Council. (HIM-HER-IT). It will be Brazil's 11th term at the head of the Security Council and it takes place at a time of great international tension.. But, after all, what is the role of the current Security Council? Questions about UN reform as a whole and the Council specifically make sense? To answer these questions and understand Brazil's role in the Council, it is necessary, before, understand a little about the UN and its role in the world. The UN was created after the end of World War II and its main objective was to promote lasting peace.. A similar effort was made at the end of World War I, with the creation of the League of Nations, that did not reach its main o...
Andando em Círculos – COP 26 walking in circles
HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, European Union

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Mudanças climáticas (EU advances and setbacks in terms of sustainable development)
Mercosur, HIM-HER-IT, International Organizations, European Union

EU advances and setbacks in terms of sustainable development (EU advances and setbacks in terms of sustainable development)

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