Global Governance

We must work together to build a new world order. This is how we can do it

People using their mobile phones walk past a screen showing flags of the participating countries in the upcoming G20 summit in Seoul November 5, 2010. China on Friday pushed back strongly against U.S. policies ahead of a G20 summit, ridiculing Washington's plan to set current account targets and warning of risks in the Fed's monetary easing.  REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) - GM1E6B51B3X01

China, Russia and the West need to manage change together to tackle common challenges. Image: REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak

Gülnur Aybet
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