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Are we at once in a generation inflection point when comes to international relations and how the global order -- circa 2015 -- is working or not? Janice Stein, one of Canada's most respected commentators on foreign affairs, thinks an era of nostalgic thinking about the state and purpose of global affairs is at an end. Instead, the world urgently needs leaders and governments willing to completely rethink how they engage with an increasingly unstable world order where regions and nations lack the basic means to address their greatest challenges.