Defending and renewing multilateralism: Estonia and Norway in the UN Security Council
What possibilities exist for Estonian-Norwegian bilateral cooperation in the United Nations Security Council?
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In this webinar, we explore possibilities for Estonian-Norwegian cooperation in promoting multilateral cooperation and a rules-based global order within the framework of the UN Security Council. Norway is set to join the Council as a non-permanent member in 2021, Estonia has been a non-permanent member since 2020. Speakers will reflect on possibilities for bilateral cooperation in the context of broader cooperation among Nordic-Baltic, European and other like-minded countries which share an interest in defending and reforming the current multilateral system and international law. Examples of relevant themes include climate change, security challenges, cyber security, great power rivalry and global pandemics.
The webinar is part of the research project Defending and renewing multilateralism: Estonia and Norway in the UN Security Council, financed by the EEA Bilateral Grants, and carried out in collaboration with EFPI - the Estonian Foreign Policy Institute.
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