International cooperation

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Global cooperation
Report

Tackling COVID-19 over the long term

A weak and fragmented global response risks extending and worsening the COVID-19 pandemic. This report brings together recommendations from a series of roundtables and events attended by leading international scientists, former government ministers and senior officials from the UK civil service and leading international organisations.
Briefing paper

Designing institutional collaboration into global governance

This policy brief suggests that in designing international institutions, states and other principals should draw from a tool kit of strategies and techniques for promoting collaboration, including introducing or developing formal and informal mechanisms, and harnessing the Group of Seven (G7) and the Group of...
Policy report

The fake news crisis: lessons for Australia from the Asia-Pacific

Online misinformation is an extremely complex and multilayered problem that defies simple, one-size fits all solutions. This policy brief argues that effective mitigation can only be achieved through multi-pronged strategies involving collaboration and cooperation between governments, policy-makers, digital platforms and community-based organisations.
Briefing paper

Research security, collaboration, and the changing map of global R&D

The global R&D system has undergone significant changes in just 20 years, with total global R&D investment tripling since 2000 to over $2.2 trillion per annum. This paper uses bibliometric data (data on research publications) to provide an alternative, output-based perspective on the change over...
Report

Global COVID-19 vaccine distribution handbook

This report argues that the Biden Administration needs to take steps to ensure vaccines are distributed equitably, efficiently and effectively around the world, as it would not only restore U.S. global public health leadership, but also prevent the emergence of future coronavirus variants.
Report

Peers not partners? Towards a deeper Australia-Korea partnership

This publication is a recommendations and outcomes report from a policy dialogue hosted jointly with the Perth USAsia Centre and the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in May 2021.
Policy report

Crucial collaboration: the case for closer Australia-UK defence and security ties in light of a rising China

This paper argues that the now is the time to broaden and deepen the Australia-UK relationship as the post-Brexit UK tilts to the Indo-Pacific. It outlines ways to collaborate on defence, intelligence and security and to tackle grey-zone interference, through both working together and with...
Briefing paper

Brexit and UK climate leadership: the emerging opportunities and challenges

This report from the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership examines the opportunities and challenges for climate leadership in the context of Brexit. 
Briefing paper

COVID-19 futures: implications for policy makers

In May 2021, the Institute for Government and Wellcome Trust convened two private roundtables on medium- to long-term future scenarios for the COVID-19 pandemic. This document identifies the most important insights from these roundtables.
Briefing paper

Ending the race to the bottom: why the UK should seize the opportunity to support a global minimum corporation tax

Since taking office, US President Joe Biden has put forward a bold plan for international cooperation to stop tax avoidance by multinational companies. The UK has every reason to support the Biden Administration's plan for a global minimum corporation tax, this paper argues, and for...