The new era of geoeconomic competition is putting pressure on the rules and institutions that govern the international economy. Economic and security thinking is increasingly converging with a greater focus on relative economic gains and zero-sum competition, given their implications for security, rather than mutual economic benefits. As a result, multilateral economic organizations such as the WTO find themselves side-stepped and weakened. This panel discusses the effects of the accelerating geoeconomic competition on the future of multilateral economic governance. Can multilateral economic governance be revived under these conditions?