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How Argentina Can Play Referee at the G-20

April 25, 2018

The G-20 group of industrialized nations represents 75 percent of international trade, two-thirds of the world’s population and 85 percent of global GDP. So at a time of significant tension in global politics – on everything from trade to climate to international development – there’s much at stake for Argentina’s G-20 presidency, which runs until December.

“The present context is a bit complicated,” said Pedro Villagra Delgado, the Argentine Ambassador to the UN and G-20 sherpa in charge of coordinating meetings during the country’s presidency. “The fact that we are not one of the...

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