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Hanging in there : the G7 and G8 summit in maturity and renewal

Author: Nicholas Bayne; Robert D Putnam
Publisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, USA : Ashgate, ©2000.
Series: G8 and global governance series.
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"This book provides an inside look at the G7/G8 summits by an author who combines personal experience of the summit process with academic analysis. It weaves together a critical narrative of the annual summits with essays on their interaction with contemporary trends .. interdependence, globalisation and the end of the Cold War - and with key international institutions. The summits are judged against their original  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Congresses
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Bayne, Nicholas, 1937-
Hanging in there.
Aldershot, Hants, England ; Brookfield, USA : Ashgate, c2000
(OCoLC)652264110
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Bayne; Robert D Putnam
ISBN: 075461185X 9780754611851
OCLC Number: 43186692
Notes: Sequel to: Hanging together / Robert D. Putnam and Nicholas Bayne.
Description: xv, 230 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction - explaining the summit cycle. Part 1 Innovation and establishment: getting started - the first and second summit series, 1975-1982; settling down - the third summit series, 1983-1988; economic interdependence - the OECD. Part 2 The mature summit: progress and frustration - the fourth summit series, 1989-1993; the end of the Cold War and its impact; internationalizing domestic policy - the Uruguay round. Part 3 The renewal of the summits: the reform of other institutions - the fifth series, 1994-1997; new attitudes to international organizations; the reform of the summit itself - the sixth series, 1998-?; globalization - financial architecture and debt relief. Conclusion - the world catches up with the summits.
Series Title: G8 and global governance series.
Responsibility: Nicholas Bayne.

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An inside look at the G7/G8 summits which weaves a critical narrative with essays on the summits' interaction with contemporary trends - interdependence, globalization and the end of the Cold War -  Read more...

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