The Economist covers the work done by the D-10, a group made up of the world’s leading democracies which co-ordinates strategies to advance the liberal world order.
The idea has been to enhance co-operation among “a small number of strategically like-minded and highly capable states.”
New Atlanticist Feb 16, 2018
Is the Democratic Order Doomed?
By Ash Jain
The order is holding for now, but the trends are worrisome The state of the global order one year into Donald Trump’s presidency will be at the top of the agenda when global security experts meet in Munich from February 16-18. The outlook was bleak even before the 2016 US election. The rules-based, democratic order, […]
In the News Jun 12, 2020
Declaration of Principles profiled by RT
By Atlantic Council
Russia Today covers the launch of the Declaration of Principles at the Munich Security Conference. The Declaration was put together by a bi-partisan task force led by former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former US National Security Adviser Steve Hadley to provide a clear and compelling statement of values around which political leaders […]