Paul Tucker is the author of Unelected Power and Global Discord, a Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School, and a former central banker.


The Predicament of International Organisations in a World Moving to Concentric Cooperation Circles

The Oxford Martin Programme on Changing Global Orders | The regimes and organizations that, in many fields, frame and enforce the terms of coordination and cooperation among states operate under the umbrella of whatever constellation of forces maintains basic order in the world. If it is a hegemony, the superpower (with its closest allies) sets those terms. If it is a balance of power among rivals, the resulting constellation of regimes will likely be thinner.  READ MORE