“The “grey zones”, where the central institutions are unsuccessful, and rule is instead provided by alternative micro-authorities” (Minassian, 2011), represent a key issue of the international governance of globalisation. These zones of political chaos and armed conflict, where growing numbers of the inhabitant populations challenge the right and legitimacy of the central institutions, are an indication of a geopolitical recomposition. Beyond the local and national issues at stake in these regions, grey areas must be seen as a global public issue.
- Analysis | Better managing grey areas: Breaking free from fragmented perspectives, rethinking hyper-collective action, Renaud Lapeyre (IDDRI), Olivier Ray (AFD)
- Interview | Environmental security: a necessary step for governance, David Higgins (Interpol)
- Interview | Learnings from the 2016 Humanitarian Summit for bilateral donors, Antoine Gérard (World Humanitarian Summit)
- Infographic | Fragile States
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