Theorists claim that globalisation has forged ties of global cooperation and, in doing so, fostered peace and stability. Yet in many circumstances, economic players – prioritising national or private interests – are sparking or exacerbating tensions between stakeholders. In other words, depending on how they are implemented, trade and financial flows can either cement bilateral relations or feed resentment. What form should global economic governance take if it is to foster peace?
Via video: Benjamin Coriat