Davos arrives at the best moment. The Brexit, debt or commercial tensions will be priority issues in a forum that, on the other hand, will not have the assistance of the president of the United States, Donald Trump.
Next week, in Davos (Switzerland), the leaders of the main countries of the world and institutions and institutions of global renown – such as the International Monetary Fund – will meet at the historic meeting that, as every year, organizes the World Economic Forum (World Economic Forum).
“The forum comes at a key moment for the political decision making that many governments will face in the coming months.”
39 years ago that the first meeting was held and the appointment is an essential event in the global agenda of the year because any person of relevance or with great international influence will be there. A different appointment, exclusive and, above all, useful for society, the planet and multilateralism. Especially for the latter, it does not go through its best moment.
Fortunately, or unfortunately, the forum comes at a key moment for political decision-making, which many governments will face in the coming months. The United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, China or the United States are some of the countries that are generating an environment of uncertainty that continues to agitate the global economy.
The celebration of this meeting can have a positive effect, calling for global cordiality, cooperativism and support for multilateralism, eliminating, therefore, the continuing political, diplomatic and commercial tensions that many countries and governments maintain.
Let’s hope that, like every year, Davos will serve to inspire politicians who, from my point of view, are going through a tough crisis of identity and representativeness
We live in a world, currently, fractured. The relations between countries and the rationality that should prevail in politics and in the economy has been replaced or rather usurped by the sensationalisms and populisms that shake a people with desire for change. Some decisions that are paving the way to new recessions in the economy.
But we must understand that we live in a globalized, interconnected world, where every decision that is made today has a global impact. And in a world where the greatest connection between countries is sought, boosting the economy to much higher levels, breaking with all this by own political sensationalism is a big mistake.
The world is moving towards a globalized economy, towards a global market in which the countries and companies of each of them can operate freely and without restrictions. A world where development is widespread and inclusive for all countries. A world where digitalization is the dominant language, facilitating life to a human being, increasingly technological.
In short, a world that walks with giant steps in almost all fields but, nevertheless, continues to go through harsh and difficult situations that cause a malfunction of all the aforementioned practices. Situations that, by the way, have been caused by the current policy.
Let’s hope that, like every year, Davos will serve to inspire politicians who, from my point of view, are going through a tough crisis of identity and representativeness. An event that, as we have said, will try to highlight the importance of global cooperation, the alliance between countries and the elimination of those mental borders that generate these problems in the world.
We hope that the annual Davos meeting will inspire the political class that leads the countries and the world. A political class that has lost its way and has been carried away by currents that lead us to drift
As we have seen in other articles, the current policy and the political scenario that is presented, directly attacks the welfare states, the economy and society itself. Davos intends to focus on this, highlighting the importance, as we have said, of a greater connection between countries and greater cooperation in those problems that concern countries and may represent a real risk for the planet.