The Media Centre contains articles written by members, video broadcasts of past meetings, and press releases.
Published by Thomas S. Axworthy on 8 October 2014 in The Toronto Star
"Global Agenda 2013: Water, Energy, and the Arab Awakening"
Putting Global Ethical Standards into Practice in a Dangerous and Divided World, proposed by the InterAction Council in Vienna, Austria
Our hearts have been united in the global chorus of prayers these last months, and we are deeply saddened by the loss of the great Nelson Mandela.
A Joint Appeal To Sunnis And Shi’as – OpEd by S. Muhammad Khatami and Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Originally published in the Eurasia Review
Bahrain – Participants of the InterAction Council’s 31st Annual Plenary Meeting concluded their two-day meeting in Manama today by releasing a series of recommendations to reduce the dangers of nuclear
Bahrain – Members of the InterAction Council begin arriving in Manama today for the Council’s 31st Annual Plenary Meeting, to be held from 9 to 11 May.
One way to avoid the complexities of dealing directly and immediately with Russian and U.S. nuclear weapons in the Arctic is to concentrate first on the Nordic countries.By Thomas S.
The world today confronts a water crisis with critical implications for peace, political stability and economic development, experts warn in a new report issued jointly by the InterAction Council (IAC),
Rule of Law: A guide for politicians was inspired by discussions within the InterAction Council of Former Heads of State and Government. The process of preparing the material was initiated