Global Governance Discussion Series

Convening at United Nations headquarters in New York and Geneva, OEFR, in partnership with the Academic Council on the United Nations (ACUNS) and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung–NY, provides a forum for scholars and policy makers to share information and forge new partnerships. These 90-minute lunchtime discussions explore the scholarship relevant to the peace and security community. This exchange of insights supports both effective policymaking and well-grounded scholarship.

Development Ends Poverty

Development as End of Poverty: Reform or Reinvention?

Russian Presidential Press and Information Office

Rebalancing the G-20 from Efficiency to Legitimacy: The 3G Coalition and the Practice of Global Governance

Assessing the UN Security Council

Assessing the UN Security Council: A Concert Perspective

Local Ownership and UN Peacebuilding

Local Ownership and UN Peacebuilding: Discourse vs Operationalization

U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo

Can Elected Members Make a Difference in the UN Security Council? Australia’s Experience in 2013-2014

Petty Officer 2nd Class Taylor Mohr, Department of Defense

Can Elected Members Make a Difference in the UN Security Council? Australia’s Experience in 2013-2014

Un Secretary General

The Secretary-General We Deserve: Towards an Open and Transparent Selection

World Economic Forum

The UN Secretary-General We Deserve: Towards an Open and Transparent Selection

Women Peace and Security

Women, Peace, and Security: Are We There Yet?

Global and Regional Nuclear Orders in a Moment of Geopolitical Uncertainty