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The Commonwealth can be a ‘pathfinder for the rest of the world’

Governments should adopt new and creative ways of governing in order to overcome concerns such as climate change and slow economic growth, Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has said.

Speaking on the opening day of the International Conference on Blue Ocean Strategy in Malaysia, the Secretary-General heralded the Commonwealth, which brings together 53 nations from across the globe, as a potential “pathfinder for the rest of the world”.

“We are now facing common challenges for which we need common solutions,” Secretary-General Scotland told delegates, highlighting the “existential threat’ of rising sea levels to many island nations. Full Story

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