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Katrin Fraser Katz, doctoral student of Political Science at Northwestern University, argues that Asia is relevant for the G-20 because the continent has learned several lessons from its multilateral challenges over the past decade.
Thomas J. Wright, Fellow at the Brookings Institution, warns about the danger of an economic capabilities gap with the emergence of a "two-speed West". Wright argues that recession will endure, and poor EU spending choices will have dramatic consequences.
John J. Kirton, Director of the G-8 Research Group, forecasts what to expect from the imminent G8 summit at Camp David.
Mexican G-20 Sous Sherpa Berenice Diaz Ceballos discusses the challenges for the upcoming G-20 Summit hosted by Mexico in Los Cabos.
Paul Walker of Green Cross International details the many problems encountered when trying to dispose of chemical and biological weapon stockpiles. From degraded weapons, to contaminated dump sites, to the sheer quantity, the legacy of twentieth-century warfare remains a danger.
Daniel W. Drezner, Professor of International Politics at Tufts University, discusses the shifting power of global politics. Global summits risk becoming increasingly less relevant in the information age.
Uri Dadush of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace suggests economic strategies for the European Union to survive the global recession and possible economic collapse.