Multilateralism's slow, unsteady march

Policymakers have become increasingly concerned with the effects of cross-border policy spillovers, but coordination is still lacking as countries pursue their own agendas.


International policy coordination is like the Loch Ness monster: much discussed but rarely seen. Going back over the decades, and even further in history to the period between the Great Wars, coordination efforts have been episodic.


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