How should the EU Navigate Multilateral Cooperation?

How should the EU navigate the increasingly complex - and conflict-laden - institutional spaces of global governance to advance a rules-based international order? And what factors should be emphasized when considering which institutions to strengthen, which to reform, and which to by-pass when revitalising multilateralism? To examine these questions and provide recommendations to the EU, NAVIGATOR brings together 13 leading academic and non-academic institutions, hailing from 11 different countries across four continents. The project runs from March 2023 until February 2027.

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Productive NAVIGATOR methodology workshop hosted in Copenhagen

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On the 11th and 12th of September 2023, the NAVIGATOR team met at the Copenhagen Business School. Chaired by the project’s Principal Investigator John Karlsrud (NUPI, NO), the collective workshop, hosted in the Danish capital to further refine the project’s methodology, was the project’s first joint meeting since its kick-off.

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