Unity in a fragmented world

The WEF’s Global Risk Report 2023 highlights cost of living, food and energy security, rising inflation and cyber attacks on critical infrastructure as major risks the world is currently facing, with failure to manage climate change seen as a long-term danger. — Reuters

I recently attended the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Annual Meeting 2023 in a very snowy Davos, Switzerland.

It was a meaningful gathering not only because it brought together more than 2,700 global heads of state and government, policymakers, business leaders, academics and civil society activists, but also because the global landscape has been significantly disrupted since its last meeting just over six months ago, in May 2022, which I had also attended.

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