Survey: Majority agrees that binding global decision-making is needed


According to the Stockholm-based Global Challenges Foundation, an international average of 67 percent of people polled in a new ten-country global survey agrees that "a new global supranational organisation should be created to make binding global decisions on how to manage global risks".

By definition, binding supranational decision-making means that countries cede authority and sovereignty to a joint organization. At the global scale, this arguably would represent a world government even if it was limited to certain subject-issues.

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