Recent decades have seen the rise of populist nationalism, the rejection of internationalism around the world, and the rise of new global powers. But international organizations have been slow to adapt and change. On this episode of the Big Question, Sir Paul Tucker of the Harvard Kennedy School, University of Chicago’s Eric Posner, and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Anusha Chari discuss whether global institutions are still relevant, and how best to tackle global challenges.

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