Category - Global leadership

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From Globalization to Populism – Part III

From Globalization to Populism – Part III Ambassador Curtis A Ward The terrorism phenomenon and the rise of populism (21 October 2020) — The globalization agenda was jolted into a new reality in 2001. The most heinous of terrorist attacks in modern history against the United States on September 11, 2001 (9/11) sparked an unprecedented security threat on a global scale posed by international terrorism. The international terrorism threat caused significant adjustments to the...

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From Globalization to Populism – Part I

From Globalization to Populism – Part I Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (15 October 2020) — In a recent keynote address I gave to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ) business webinar, on 8 October 2020, on the topic, “From Globalization to Populism”, I discussed factors driving this change, as well as the implications of the shift taking place in several countries from a global to a nationalist perspective. In particular, I explored, briefly, the shift in...

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How do we change the World?

How do we change the World? Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (11 July 2020) — In this Commentary I ask “How do we change the World?”  But, I didn’t leave the question hanging.  In this video Commentary, I offered some of my own perspectives on what we need to do to change the world. The full text of my Commentary is below, but take a few minutes and watch the Video. How do we change the World? Today, I wish to pick up on a theme about which I have been writing in The Ward...

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A Crisis of Credibility in Global Leadership

A Crisis of Credibility in Global Leadership Ambassador Curtis A. Ward (23 April 2020) — America, the nation the international community quite often relied on to provide leadership in times of natural disasters, threats to international peace and security, when global cooperation, collaboration, and coordination is necessary, and when collective responsibility and humanitarian response to global or regional crises is needed, has ceded that unique role. A void is created, as there is no...