by Heribert Dieter, Yasushi Kudo, Fyodor Lukyanov et al.
Council on Foreign Relations, July 03, 2017
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The Group of 20 (G20) is among the most important global forums for international economic cooperation and coordination. This year, Germany, the host, has made financial regulation, fighting transnational crimes, and ties with Africa a priority on the agenda as prospects loom for broader disagreements among nations on trade, climate, and refugees. In this roundup, experts from nearly half the G20 states assess the group’s relevance and prospects for success.