Wednesday, August 31, 2016


Can China Help Shape Global Governance at the G20?

G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors  group photo in Chengdu, China. (Photo: Reuters)
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Real power in global governance requires intellectual input into the international financial and economic agenda, policies and rules — the effective exercise of ‘soft’ power. [...] The major substantial outcomes of the G20 to date, including updating international financial regulatory rules through Basel III and international tax cooperation on tax havens, have been mostly led by the Atlantic countries.

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