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Global Governance and Development in South Asia: Future Prospects

Speakers urge that the “Representative South Countries” should be given veto powers in order to enhance their representation in the global decision-making. At a panel discussion “Global Governance and Development in South Asia: Future Prospects” on the occasion of 15th Sustainable Development Conference organized by SDPI at Islamabad believe, global governance is a process of cooperative leadership that brings together national governments, multilateral public agencies, and civil society to achieve commonly accepted goals. There are several challenges to the global governance that include climate change, financial instability, food price volatility and energy issues. Our Correspondent Raja Taimur Hassan has the details…

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