Conflict Prevention and Resolution in a Multipolar World: Priorities for the G7

Day, Adam (2022). Conflict Prevention and Resolution in a Multipolar World: Priorities for the G7. Discussion Paper. United Nations University.

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  • Author Day, Adam
    Title Conflict Prevention and Resolution in a Multipolar World: Priorities for the G7
    Series Title Discussion Paper
    Publication Date 2022-11-29
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 20
    Language eng
    Abstract This paper, developed by United Nations University’s Centre for Policy Research (UNU-CPR) in support of the G7 meetings on peace and security, (1) offers an analysis of today’s conflict trends, (2) highlights the roles of negotiated, non-military settlements to disputes, (3) argues the business case for G7 engagement in multilateral conflict resolution; (4) maps the multilateral conflict resolution architecture and the UN Secretary-General’s call for a ‘New Agenda for Peace’; and (5) proposes a framework for G7 policymaking that will position the group to engage with multilateral conflict resolution for the coming period. The overarching message of this report is that the G7 can more effectively reduce the risks of large-scale violent conflict through targeted investments in multilateral peacemaking and peacebuilding, including via the New Agenda for Peace process.
    UNBIS Thesaurus CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
    ARMED CONFLICTS
    PEACEBUILDING
    Keyword G7
    Conflict resolution
    Peacebuilding
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2022
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280865837
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