Louise Fréchette, In the News
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Louise Frechette gives her take on criticism about the United Nations being all talk and no action. She argues that UN is an association of independent states, not a world government, and therefore will be effective when member-states are in agreement. She adds that some issues are difficult to resolve with or without the UN.
In an interview with La Presse, CIGI Distinguished Fellow Louise Frechette comments that the UN mission in Syria is "an important set in the implementation of the Annan Plan." She comments that "the reality is that, currently, there is no alternative plan."
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Louise Frechette speaks to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty on the link between happiness and well-being and the UN's Millennium Development Goals.
With the growing influence of countries like India and China, BNN looks at the changing face of international relations and global governance with Louise Frechette, CIGI distinguished fellow.
Since 2001, CIGI founder Jim Balsillie has devoted well over $100 million of his own money — and his trademark passion — to creating unique university programs and a well-respected think tank on international governance that many people credit with helping boost Canada’s reputation and role in the world.
CIGI Distinguished Fellow Louise Frechette comments on Ban Ki-moon's bid for a second term as UN secretary general.