From G8 to G20

The G8 summit in the Baltic sea resort of Heiligendamm (6-8 June 2007) was another apex of mobilisation in the global fight against poverty. A wide spectrum of NGOs and alter-globalisation forces organised the most massive protests since years. World Economy & Development In Brief monitored the process towards Heiligendamm. It will observe the G8 policies also in the years to come.

Flags of the G8 club

Grasping or missing the chance for fairer growth?

G20: The wrong forum for development policy

The strange outcome of the Cancún climate summit

G20 at the crossroads: Clash or cooperation?

Towards the Seoul Development Agenda

Christine Lagarde: French priorities for the G20

Time to Deliver: The Group of 20 at the Crossroads

On the Road to London and Beyond

What the G5 Expects from Dialogue with the G8. Joint position paper for the Heiligendamm Process (WDEV document)
Blogging G8: The Road to Heiligendam (Blog by WDEV in co-operation with Heinrich Böll Foundation)
German G8 Politics on the Eve of Heiligendamm: Making everybody happy? Not really ... (by Rainer Falk and Barbara Unmüßig)
Surprise Us .. and Remember Your Promises! Heiligendamm would be a wonderful opportunity (by Eveline Herfkens)
The G8, Africa, and NEPAD: Self-proclaimed Success. The emperor's new clothes at Heiligendamm (by Hening Melber)
Summit Theme Global Imbalances II: Retreat or New Wave of Globalisation? (by Rainer Falk)
Summit Theme Global Imbalances I: World Economic Perspectives in 2007 (WDEV summary)
North Falls Short of Development Aid Promises, OECD Report Warns (WDEV summary)
Intellectual Property High on the G-8 Agenda: The wrong focus in Heiligendamm (Klaus Liebig)
L-27 as Emerging Alternative to G-8? The never-ending story of ECOSOC reform (Jens Martens)
The German G8 Agenda for 2007: Responsable, reliable, sustainable? (Rainer Falk)
Around the World, Millions Stand Up for MDGs (UN News Service)
Between Geneva, Singapore and Heiligendamm: When globalisers obstruct globalisation (Rainer Falk)
Charm Offensive for a Backward Energy Agenda: Putin and the G8 summit in St Petersburg (Jürgen Maier)

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