Competitive Cooperation in Global Governance

How and why is the global economic governance system changing - and with what consequences?

FPI Senior Fellow Gregory Chin sheds light on the remaking of the global economic architecture and introduces a fascinating forthcoming project on one of its central pillars: a special issue on the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

Published by Global Policy, the forthcoming special issue will cover the AIIB's influence on and role in:


- Environmental and social impact standards
- The nexus of economics and security
- Geopolitics between institutionally connected states
- Geographical snapshots covering diverse stakeholders' interests

The compilation joins the work of scholars and professional insiders and provides unique perspectives, such as that of Natalie Lichtenstein, Chief Counsel for the AIIB's establishment and the inaugural AIIB General Counsel.

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