Quick fix or start of a new world order?

Only a few months ago, many commentators were looking excitingly towards the G20 as the wave of a new, more inclusive future.

John Sinclair
Published: Wednesday, 09/23/2009 12:00 am EDT

Only a few months ago, many commentators were looking excitingly towards the G20 as the wave of a new, more inclusive future. But the Pittsburgh G20 seems somewhat in a rut—returning to old subjects, holding back from bold action.

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