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Lowy Institute for International Policy

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21 Feb 2013

This paper contains a summary of recent G20 developments and four 'rebuttal' articles that counter ­common misconceptions about the forum.

Key findings:

Russia has announced a busy and ambitious agenda for its G20 Presidency in 2013 – they plan to prioritise growth...

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5 Feb 2013

This paper argues that foreign policy will not be a top priority of China's new leaders because they must focus on immense domestic problems. Therefore Chinese foreign policy can be expected to be reactive. This may have serious consequences because of the potentially explosive nature...

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30 Jan 2013

Australia and the world needs a focused and effective G20. But the forum is in danger of losing its way. This Analysis identifies nine key lessons from the G20’s history that can help relaunch it. This should be Australia’s goal when it chairs the G20...

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17 Dec 2012

How the G20 responds to the challenges it faces will have an important bearing on future global economic prospects, argues this report.

Key findings:

Many are worried that the G20 ‘s agenda is expanding too widely and covering too many unrelated issues...

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4 Dec 2012

This paper argues that Australia needs a national policy framework on environmental migration, as climate change and natural disasters could displace potentially thousands of people in coming years.

In the Pacific Islands region, climate change and natural disasters could displace potentially thousands of people...

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