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Creating Compliance with G7 and G20 Summit Commitments

Curated and produced by the G7 and G20 Research Groups

When G7 and G20 leaders gather at their summit table, they agree on a plethora of commitments that affect most aspects of global governance, and affect the daily lives of people not only in their own countries but well beyond. Never before has compliance with those commitments mattered more than it does today — with the world struggling to contain the still escalating COVID-19 pandemic, and the consequent economic, social and ecological crises. 

Even as G7 and G20 members work to implement their commitments their leaders made last summer at Osaka and Biarritz, they must do so for the ones from the emergency summits called to confront these proliferating crises this spring. How well are they doing? The panellists in this discussion look at the need for compliance, the effectiveness of the G7 and G20’s efforts, and what the most recent research shows about the performance of the 2019 Osaka and Biarritz Summits.

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Keynote and Panel Discussion

Speakers

Keynote

Marina Larionova

Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

Panel

Meagan Byrd

G7 Research Group

Alessandra Cicci

G20 Research Group 

Ella Kokotsis

G7 and G20 Research Groups

Moderator:
John Kirton

G7 and G20 Research Groups

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Policy Briefs on the Future of Multilateralism and Global Governance

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By T. Jelinek (Taihe Institute), W. Wallach (Yale Center for Bioethics), D. Kerimi (World Economic Forum)

Towards a Responsible Globalization that Empowers Citizens and Leaves No One Behind 

By Dennis J. Snower (Global Solutions), Sebastian Strauss (Brookings), Homi Kharas (Brookings)

The China-West Dialogue:  Toward a Global Order for All

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Letter to EU Presidents

By Danilo Türk, President of World Leadership Alliance – Club de Madrid; Former President of Slovenia

Letter to International Monetary Fund and World Bank

By Danilo Türk, President of World Leadership Alliance – Club de Madrid; Former President of Slovenia

Message to the G20 on EU’s Coronavirus Global Response Online Pledging Event

By Danilo Türk, President of World Leadership Alliance – Club de Madrid

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By Mihai-Razvan Corman (Bertelsmann Stiftung) and Eliana Coraci (Bertelsmann Stiftung)

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Will COVID-19 Remake the World?

By Dani Rodrik (Harvard University – Kennedy School of Government)

A Letter to G20 Governments

By Erik Berglöf, Gordon Brown & Jeremy Farrar (Project Syndicate)

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