Last quote by Lee Howell
The global challenges of nonproliferation, cyber security – these things are not going to go away. Maybe we don't have the mechanisms at the moment – and it's even harder to get people round the table in this new multi-polar environment – but, nevertheless, you (we) have to make the effort because these are true global risks.
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Lee Howell is associated, including Cold War, challenge, and end. Most recently, Lee Howell has been quoted saying: “Commitment is not a word, it's an action. And people are coming here and at least trying to the best of their abilities to figure out the challenges ahead. It's not just governments doing this, it's not just business, it's not just the academics or the social entrepreneurs. It's actually all of them, coming together – because we have to think about this collectively.” in the article Davos debates difficult times. An other article where Lee Howell has been quoted is International conflict set to dominate World Economic Forum in Davos.
Quotes by Lee Howell
Jan 17 2017
Commitment is not a word, it's an action. And people are coming here and at least trying to the best of their abilities to figure out the challenges ahead. It's not just governments doing this, it's not just business, it's not just the academics or the social entrepreneurs. It's actually all of them, coming together – because we have to think about this collectively.
Jan 20 2015
Nobody is really in charge of advancing a solution to any of these conflicts. There's a big downside and we're not seeing any upside – and that has changed significantly. That's something that we may have to live with now, 25 years after the end of the Cold War – the fact that it is very multi-polar, it is very complex and there is really no end state, no endgame that is clearly apparent.
Jan 22 2014
Crisis brings you together for a moment, but I believe in the year ahead that Europe really has to come together – to kick-start, jump-start, refresh that vision. That's something I hope they can work on and sort out here in Davos.
Jan 21 2013
The resilience piece is really the fact that in an interdependent world there's going to be future shocks and that you really have to be able to bounce back rather than try to anticipate or predict them, the dynamism side is really about the fact that you have to take some risks to get to a better future. It's a combination of being aware of the risks but at the same time taking some bold action. That's what the theme is this year.
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