banim

We have heard that Regional Organisations are perceived (by Governments?) as having an advantage over the UN because they are nearer the ground reality. Is there any evidence that citizens share a ‘preference’ for regional organisations to address conflict and insecurity? Some argue that, state actors that adopt transactional strategies putting primacy on state sovereignty […]

campos

Would be possible to replicate the regional experience on conflict prevention from the OSCE as shared by Amb. Yrjölä? What regional organizations are well placed for that purpose?

lapang

I am sorry I joint late, I hope my questions would still be relevant. 1. How can the third world Countries like Nigeria benefit from the technological initiatives as explained in this discussion?Looking at the level of backwardness in terms of capacity to develop technologically. 2. How can technology be used effectively in collecting early […]

campos

What do you think should be the best multilateral approach or body to promote private-public cooperation on these issues?

turk

Danilo Türk, question to any of the panelists: Do you have a comment on the question of arms trade? What are the trends today?

campos

What specific reform or policy to be led by the UN or any other multilateral body you would highlight to be fundamental to an effective implementation of Resolution 1325?

doerr

Laissez Faire economics may work for taking care of polarization, where the two groups may be able to sort it out themselves without any outside intervention.

doerr

Laissez Faire economics may work for taking care of polarization, where the two groups may be able to sort it out themselves without any outside intervention.

campos

The role of women leaders has been higlighted today many times. In the previous panel President Halonen referred to the characteristics of societies that elected women to lead. How do you think these inclusive societies can be promoted at the multilateral level?