What (not) to expect when the G20 meets

The economic-fixer-in-chief needs a bold, broadened agenda.

Canada in the G8 hot seat

Have G8 countries the political will to impose changes on their corporate giants?

Asian Development Bank: Time for new leadership

Canada could play a role in pushing for electoral reform.

Two-way partnerships: A better growth path for Canada

G20: Into the crisis zone

Canada can lead during this week's summit. But will it be a voice for bold positive action? Or remain an aloof naysayer, as a second dip pulls Europe under?

World Bank presidency another US coronation

Its new president has to move on from the Bank's American-dominated thinking and staffing, and empathize with new partners in the South.

Shake up World Bank chief selection and support emerging powers

The following is an open letter sent to Finance Minister Jim Flaherty March 6. Copies went to Foreign Minister John Baird, International Co-operation Minister Bev Oda, and Mr. Flaherty's chief of staff Kevin McCarthy.

West is bowing deeply to the Chinese

Emerging economies, led by China, expect qualitatively different relations with a weakened Western world. Entering their circle of preferred partners will be a demanding multi-year effort.

West is bowing deeply to the Chinese

Emerging economies, led by China, expect qualitatively different relations with a weakened Western world. Entering their circle of preferred partners will be a demanding multi-year effort.

Busan: Are donors ready for real partnership?

Busan, South Korea next week will host a ministerial mega-conference on the aid game, embracing new and old donors, recipient governments and hundreds of civil society organizations. This event, the Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, builds upon the second high-level forum's Paris Declaration, centred on enhancing (recipient) ownership and partnership.

  
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