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G20 Rome summit will be workmanlike but unexciting

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G20 Rome summit will be workmanlike but unexciting

Thursday 28 October 2021 – Vol.12 Ed.43.5

Commentary: G20 is not up to today’s policy challenges

By Mark Sobel in Washington

All eyes will turn to Rome this week and the 2021 G20 leaders’ summit. These summits exist to tackle key global challenges and the Rome meeting comes at a perilous time. Yet given rising nationalism, international tensions and insufficient co-operation, the probable outcomes hardly befit the gravity of the moment — through no fault of the Italian presidency. A workmanlike, professional and unexciting Rome summit is likely.

Read the full commentary on the website.

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