Those global institutions have done nothing but make things worse, in every case.

Thanks for your thoughtful response. Those institutions are definitely far from perfect. I was trying to make the argument that global institutions are already in place and are fundamental in stemming the nature of capital. I would agree that in some cases these specific institutions contribute to the disparity in wealth and require structural reform. I was also trying to make the point that the concept of global cooperation should not be as daunting as it sounds because it already exists in many forms.

Can you think of a global institution that has been successful?

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