Proposals for the G7 Hiroshima Summit based on Future Design
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Proposals for the G7 Hiroshima Summit based on Future Design

13 March 2023


The efforts of the G7 to achieve global stabilization, in terms of nuclear disarmament, the expansion of free trade, prevention of global warming, and distributional justice, in an integrated manner through the establishment of an international governance system for the provision of global public goods in the world after the end of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. [...] In addition, the expansion of the EU and NATO proceeded in parallel with the progress of globalization, and after the color revolutions that took place in the former Soviet countries from 2003 to 2005 and the Baltic states joining NATO in 2004, Russia began to openly criticize the US and NATO in the late 2000s. [...] All the themes of (A)–(E) were integrated into the idea that the realization of international cooperation, both military and commercial, as well as the realization of the prevention of global warming, is ultimately a means to the ultimate end of ensuring the equitable utility of all citizens of the planet, including the Global South. [...] It can be described as “the enthusiasm of the international community (including the former Eastern countries) for globalization and the subsequent setback.” The term “setbacks” is used because it reflects the history of Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union where, while receiving the support of the IMF, it could not realize the path of becoming rich like the Western countries or emphasize. [...] This message was born out of a reflection on the failure of the three international organizations, the UN, the IMF, and the WTO, to contribute adequately to solving problems after the 1990s; the common thread of the IMF’s dysfunctionality links (i) and (ii).

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