Argentina on the Global Governance and International Agenda

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Our world is facing an existential dilemma: will the global system of the 21st century be organized around the principle of great power politics or global governance and multilateralism? In order to address this question, global governance must be re-visited starting from certain basic premises: a new theoretical paradigm through a bottom-up approach, a renewed debate regarding certain definitions of key concepts of international relations such as sovereignty, security, and a focus on state and non-state actors, specifically "We The People" as stated in the United Nations Charter.
Argentina, has a long history of active participation in international organizations and a commitment to regional integration. It is essential for the country to once again be a stakeholder in global governance and invest in strengthening multilateralism and global governance. Additionally, Argentina has a vibrant civil society and a strong tradition of social movements which can play a key role in promoting a bottom-up approach to global governance.
Furthermore, Argentina can bring a unique perspective and set of priorities to the global agenda, particularly in order to further the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. As a country with a growing renewable energy sector, it can contribute to the global effort to combat climate change and promote sustainable development. Argentina can leverage its unique position as a country of the South to push for a more inclusive and equitable global governance system where the voices and concerns of developing countries are heard and taken into account, in order to have a more deliverance-oriented approach to multilateralism. The country can also contribute to the strengthening of multilateralism by generating debates on new dimensions of security such as energy security, food security, climate security, and migratory security.
In summary, global governance must be deliverance-oriented, inclusive, and with a bottom-up approach where individuals and communities have a say in shaping the policies and decisions that affect their lives. Argentina, as a country of the South, must commit itself to advancing these objectives in order to strengthen multilateralism and global governance, promoting a more inclusive and equitable global governance.