The reality is that, despite many commitments by national leaders, the capacity of nation-states to coordinate their responses has dwindled. Problems may have gone global but the politics of solving them are as local as ever. It is hard for governments to devote resources to problems beyond their national borders and to work with other nations to address these challenges – while painful problems at home remain unsolved. Continue reading »
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