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      From: CFR Global Governance Program <IIGG@...>
      Subject: Update: The Global Roundup, Nuclear Nonproliferation, Illicit Networks, and More
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      Date: Friday, June 1, 2012, 8:56 AM

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      Council on Foreign RelationsGlobal Governance Update
      June 2012

      Dear Colleague:

      From the NATO and Group of Eight (G8) summits in the United States to the Nuclear Security Summit in South Korea, the global agenda is only getting more crowded. In recent months, the International Institutions and Global Governance program has contributed to broader foreign policy debates on emerging flashpoint issues and long-term trends by updating a component of the Global Governance Monitor on nuclear nonproliferation, launching a new roundtable series on transnational organized crime, and holding several high-level workshops. We are also excited to announce the launch of a new online Web feature, the Council of Councils (CoC) "Global Roundup."

      As we continue to develop new ideas, publications, and tools to illuminate contemporary global issues, we invite you to read our newsletter, explore our website, and "like" us on Facebook.

      All the best,

      Stewart M. Patrick
      Senior Fellow and Director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program

       

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      Examining NATO's Chicago Agenda

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      Mapping Illicit Networks

      To analyze the structure of illicit networks and explore new ways to challenge, expose, and disrupt transnational organized crime, IIGG partnered with Google Ideas to launch the Illicit Networks Roundtable series. The three meetings, "Illicit Actors: Mapping Networks, Assessing Tactics"; "Illicit Networks: Mafia States, Nonstate Actors"; and "Rescue Gone Wrong: Misconnections Between Policies and Lived Experiences of Trafficking" convened experts and policymakers from across the field of transnational organized crime. Learn More »

      Building Peace in Latin America

      After decades of conflict, Latin America has made important strides over the past two decades. To highlight positive regional developments toward stability and illuminate steps to maintain and expand on such gains, IIGG held a workshop, "Sustaining the Peace in Latin America: Regional and International Efforts," in Washington, DC, as part of the Rising Regionalism Workshop series. Learn More »

      Anticipating the Future of Natural Disasters and Humanitarian Assistance

      Trends in population growth, urbanization, water scarcity, and climate change are increasing the vulnerability of large populations to storms, droughts, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and pandemics. To help understand the growing threat posed by natural disasters, and potential policies to mitigate their damage, IIGG sponsored a workshop, "Natural Disasters and Humanitarian Assistance to 2020: Relief and Recovery on a Global Scale," in Washington, DC, as part of the Making Multialteralism Work Workshop series. Learn More »

      Assessing the Global Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime

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      Leading up to the second Nuclear Security Summit held in Seoul, South Korea, IIGG launched the annual update to Global Governance Monitor: Nuclear Nonproliferation addressing recent developments in international efforts to combat the spread of the world's most destructive weapons.

      The Internationalist

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      Join the conversation at http://blogs.cfr.org/patrick/.

      Upcoming Events

      — June 2012: Annual update of "Global Governance Monitor: Oceans"

      — July 2012: Launch of "Global Governance Monitor: Transnational Crime"

      — Fall 2012: Annual update of "Global Governance Monitor: Armed Conflict"

       

      The International Institutions and Global Governance program aims to identify the institutional requirements for effective multilateral cooperation in the twenty-first century; propose reforms to strengthen or replace international institutions; and promote effective responses by the United States and its partners to today’s daunting global challenges.

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