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The G20 and the United States: Opportunities for More Effective Multilateralism

Topics: International Affairs   Subtopics: The United Nations

Oct 28, 2010

Authors: Stewart Patrick

Publisher(s): The Century Foundation

Type: Report

Pages: 56

Amid many continuing questions as to the capacity, agenda, and very legitimacy of the G20,  The Century Foundation has commissioned a paper of Stewart Patrick, director of the international institutions program at the Council on Foreign Relations, which examines the relevance of the G-20 framework in a web of existing multilateral institutions—the United Nations, the World Bank and International Monetary Fund—and of smaller multilateral groupings.  The G20 and the United States: Opportunities for More Effective Multilateralism argues the G20 as far more than another talk-shop, but a major new development for effective international policy making. Download the report.



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