Since the end of the cold war we are witnessing a shift in the global power structure which has profound consequences for both the traditional powers and the architecture of global governance as a whole. Countries formerly labeled "emerging markets” have been experiencing a period of political consolidation and welfare gains. In global matters these new global players assume a growing ownership. But what does this mean for pressing global issues such as peace and stability, free trade, or the protection of the environment? How do the new players perceive the reaction of the traditional ones to their endeavours? And how will the global debate and negotiation processes change under these new conditions?
"Power, Norms and Responsibility in Global Governance"
From 14 – 17 January 2016, 16 diplomats from different countries exchanged their views and enhanced their knowledge and diplomatic skills in our workshop focusing on global governance. The participants discussed the changing status of the Great Powers and the making of a global civil society with representatives of political foundations and international associations. In an interactive part the diplomats dealt in groups with the significance and effectiveness of global cooperation.