A New Era for the G20? Insights from the T20 Summit in Indonesia

Improving global governance
Posted Sep 27, 2022 | German Institute of Development and Sustainability

Cooperation in the G20 is both more difficult and more needed than ever, especially in light of disagreements on how to respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, argue Eva-Maria Lynders and Wulf Reiners in their article for the German Institute of Development and Sustainability. In this situation, the “southernisation” of the G20 may lead to a new era of cooperation: the current Indonesian presidency will be followed by India (2023), Brazil (2024) and South Africa (2025). The authors suggest that the sequence of Southern presidencies can bring a stronger development focus, more continuity, and better shared understanding to the G20’s proceedings. An important prerequisite is a stronger cooperation between the G20 and G7. The newly founded T20 Research Forum may support these efforts.



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