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Disunited nations?

The crisis of multilateralism in international relations

Multilateralism refers to peaceful cooperation between at least three states within a jointly defined framework. The United Nations is the best-known embodiment of multilateralism, but it is not the only one. Security, trade, human rights, criminal justice, digital technology, the environment, health: no area now escapes the multilateral effort. Yet the various frameworks and regimes that have been set up are in a bad way. Multilateralism is currently experiencing a multidimensional crisis, reflecting a world in tatters that is still searching for a new collective impetus.

Publisher: CNRS Éditions

Director of the book : Julian Fernandez, Jean-Vincent Holeindre

Language : French

Published at : 07 April 2022

Pagination : 368 pages

ISBN : 9782271141088