Is The New World Order Leading To A Disorder? GoNews Partners At Rhodes Forum To Seek Answers

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Rhodes Forum 2019
GoNews Partners At A Conference To Seek The Answer in Rhodes, Greece.

The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute’s Rhodes Forum commences in Rhodes, Greece on October 11-12, bringing together  leaders from the business, academic, diplomatic and political communities, including current and former heads of state and government, to discuss crucial issues facing the world today.

This year’s theme is ‘Global (Dis) Order: Towards Dialogue-Based Worldviews’ and will provide a brainstorming platform for finding the solutions among senior policy makers, respected academics and researchers and media leaders.

“ The world will soon commemorate the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Fukuyama’s much quoted pronouncement of the “end of history” and the universalisation of Western liberal democracy has evidently not materialised”, the organisation stated.

The objective of the Forum will be to propose new concepts for the architecture of international governance in the context of shifts in power within the global economy; and it will examine the restoration of civility and promotion of ethical standards in the digital age.

The Forum is organised around three areas of critical global importance: Sustainable economic development; Global architecture and global (geo)politics and Digitalised lives, ethical standards, and the revival of civility.

“We want to discuss the way the world is evolving, how the new world order is shaping. We need to look at a 360 degree perspective. This is not just about economics, this is not just about your politics, this not just about other issues. We need to have a comprehensive approach and this is what we call looking at the broad picture”, said Jean-Christophe Bas, CEO of DOC Research Institute.

“Your voice can be heard, you are not going to Rhodes just to listen or to be lectured by others, you are going to Rhodes to be part of an interactive discussion and to contribute your views”, he added.

There will be 85 speakers at the event, comprising ex-Prime Ministers, corporate heads, academicians, economists, activists, philanthropists and top media professionals.

Founder & Editor-in-Chief of GoNews, Pankaj Pachauri, is among the speakers and will be delivering a talk on ‘Twiplomacy-Diplomacy and Governance in the Age of Social Media.’

GoNews is also among the media partners for the Rhodes Forum 2019, along with CGTN and EPT.

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