Struggles for a Just MultiPolar World

Struggles for a Just Multipolar World: Free Webinar


From Joseph Camilleri, Emeritus Professor Joseph A. Camilleri OAM 

Dear colleagues and friends,

It is my very great pleasure to invite you and friends to a critically important event, perhaps our most important yet.

Struggles for a Just Multipolar World



While we are rightly disturbed by the prospect of catastrophic climate change and the violent conflicts raging in Ukraine, Israel/Palestine and elsewhere, these are in many ways symptoms of a deeper ailment. We are living in a period of unprecedented transition.

Two overlapping and mutually reinforcing trends dominate this turbulent transition. A rising China and a reemerging Russia are challenging US attempts to preserve its global dominance. At the same time countries of the Global South are striving to correct the gross imbalance in global wealth and power that has so glaringly and consistently disadvantaged them.

Speakers at Struggles for a Just MultiPolar World

Key questions demand our attention: How will these geopolitical tensions evolve in coming years? Will rivalries and repressed aspirations give way to armed conflict or to a just multipolar world? Can our institutions be reformed to address the critical challenges confronting us?

These are just some of the questions we will explore in a rich and extended conversation that brings together some of the world’s leading intellectuals and practitioners.

The conversation will begin with opening remarks by Dr Chandra Muzaffar, and end with closing comments by Prof Richard Falk. It will be my great pleasure to moderate the event.

I greatly look forward to seeing you on Sunday 29 October, and please do invite others to join you.

Best wishes

Joseph Camilleri

Emeritus Professor Joseph A. Camilleri OAM 

La Trobe University, Melbourne  

Fellow, The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia 

Co-Convener, Saving Humanity and Planet Earth (SHAPE) 

Convener, Conversation at the Crossroads 

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