State diplomacy within the UN is becoming increasingly controversial and reaching consensus is growing more difficult. Local conflicts cannot always be resolved at the negotiating table. Agreements are often ignored by certain states. Simultaneously, the influence of regional associations is growing, each of which has its own vision of the future and the prospective world order. Is it possible to control global processes at the current stage? What tools and institutions will help opposing parties hear each other?
GVA Kazakhstan/ Milken Institute / MNE of the Republic Kazakhstan /
Head of the Laboratory of Eurasian Studies at the Institute for Emerging Market Studies
Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Research Institute "Dialogue of Civilizations"
Politician, business strategist, Hudson Institute in Washington
President of the Institute of International Law (Geneva) and Professor of Tallinn University
Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD
Israeli political and public figure, sixteenth prime minister of Israel