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Staying together : the G8 summit confronts the 21st century

Author: Nicholas Bayne
Publisher: Aldershot [u.a.] Ashgate c 2005
Series: The G8 and global governance series
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Following on from Hanging in There, this comprehensive volume empirically covers the summits from the UK meeting in Birmingham in 1998 to the UK meeting in 2005. In essence, this study reviews a full  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas Bayne
ISBN: 0754642674 9780754642671
OCLC Number: 835505388
Notes: Sequel to: Hanging in there
Description: x, 251 S
Contents: Introduction: The Summit at 30: transition to a new century; The story so far: the G7 Summits 1975-1997. The First G8 Sequence, 1998-2004: Breaking free: Birmingham 1998; Debt and the Balkans: Cologne 1999; Summit performance I: financial issues and debt; Targeting development: Okinawa 2000; Transcending the riots: Genoa 2001; Summit performance II: Trade issues and development; New directions: Kananaskis 2002;Reconciliation: Evian 2003; The shadow of Iraq: Sea Island 2004; Summit performance III: Africa, terrorism and non-proliferation. Conclusions: Concentrating the mind: summit process; Staying together: summit objectives; Bibliography; Index.
Series Title: The G8 and global governance series
Responsibility: by Nicholas Bayne
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