Kick-Starting Cosmopolitan Governance Through Science: The Case of a Giant Laser System

Nikola Schmidt and Ondřej Ditrychin their Policy Paper titled "Kick-Starting Cosmopolitan Governance Through Science: The Case of a Giant Laser System" propose a novel perspective on how large technical systems can enable global governance. The authors suggest that technologies may even become integrated into a political strategy seeking to develop more inclusive cosmopolitan governance.

Recommendations are articulated for a state such as the Czech Republic for which a pragmatic normative the framework defined herein provides a useful perspective to look at the governance of new technologies that ensure normatively desirable outcomes of sweeping technological change, and stimulate international scientific collaboration with positive spill-over effects to other domains of international cooperation.

Read the Policy Paper by Nikola Schmidt (Head of the Centre for Governance of Emerging Technologies) and Ondřej Ditrych (Director of the Institute of International Relations) here.





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