Monthly Archives: June 2017

June 16, 2017

After Sovereignty-Six models of emerging forms of governance

Sensemaking theorists, who study how humans create meaning from experience, tell us that we often encounter a ‘cognitive gap’ between experience and our ability to understand it as having coherent meaning.  This may help explain why, perhaps, we are collectively so slow to observe the changes that are unfolding in the international system, that tacitly …

June 12, 2017

The future of international governance: 6 emerging models

What will global governance look like in the future? How are we going to organize ourselves? Westphalian  sovereignty was a terrific concept when it drew to an end a hundred years of religious war and bloodshed  in Europe.  But it is no longer a fully sustainable idea. The litany of the ways the nation-state is under …