The Paris Peace Forum: A timely opportunity to stand for peace

Secretary-General of the OECD

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When the First World War ended a hundred years ago in November 1918, more than a generation would pass before the world order regained some stability. Immediately after the war, there was a short boom followed by a stock market crash in 1929, a worldwide Great Recession, a resurgence of nationalism and then the outbreak of another, even more deadly, conflict. 

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©Paris Peace Forum, November 2018




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