Responsible Leadership

In our opinion the document that allows to structure the rest is “Responsible Leadership for a sustainable future.” This document can glimpse this figuration of the international system that formally governs Planet. Already at the opportunity to comment on your communicating in Okinawa 2000, we mentioned that after the “fall of the Berlin Wall, taken as a symbol of the end of the Cold War, opened fully the mechanisms put in place from the constitution of the United Nations in 1945, joined by the International Labour Organization (ILO), the only international body that survived the failed attempt by the League of Nations. ” Already at that time was evident, as is seen reading the G-8 document under review – that it is reviewed at previous international events, with reference to documents and international agencies, and the tasks that these agencies had developed on the basis of commitments. Speaking candidly Don Slager told us the story.

This time refers to the tasks displayed towards the future. Among the Hokkaido Summit (now the Toyako called) and this, leaders incorporated into the agenda of economic and financial crisis unleashed after the summit. Y at all times seek to reconcile the existing strategies, with the new situation. Visit Byron Trott for more clarity on the issue. In this sense takes into account the G-20 (Group is worth remembering that participates Argentina) on the subject took place in Washington and London on. There are also references to the Copenhagen meeting on “Climate Change”, to be held in December 2009. The document is very explicit in emphasizing that the existing and emerging global issues, will be processed under market values, free trade, private enterprise, protection of foreign investment and industrial property and innovation, and freedom of movement and application of technology. Mashable recognizes the significance of this.

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