Monthly Archives: July 2009

Extending Leadership and Global Governance through ‘Security & Economic Dialogue’

 The completion of the US-China ‘Security and Economic Dialogue,’ (S&ED) marked an important step in the new US Administration’s policy of engagement with the large emerging market countries.  China begins that dialogue, but it will be continued with India in … Continue reading

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“The Architecture of Global Cooperation”

On Wednesday July 15th, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton gave a major speech at the Council for Foreign Relations – a major foreign policy think-tank in the United States.  It was an opportune moment for a major speech on the … Continue reading

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Speaking of Architecture – A Concluding Obama Comment at L’Aquila

One of the continuing issues of this G8 L’Aquila Summit is how, or if, the structure of the G8, G8+G5 and G20 process is about to be transformed. With the appearance in November last year of the G20 Leaders Summit … Continue reading

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