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G20 and M20

President of the Peres Center for Peace
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The G20 Conference, held in London in April 2009 was a milestone the history of international relations. Not only did it change some economic doctrines towards capitalism with much greater government involvement, but it also created a change in the relations between the important powers in the world. In the inter-Atlantic relations, it became clear that there is a much greater inter-dependence than was in the past between the United States and Europe as well as with other countries like Russia, India, China, Brazil etc. In other words, a multi-polar world in which the U.S is still leading, but its future well being is inter-dependent with other countries' policies with regard to the global economic crisis. Gordon Brown defined it well when he said: "Global problems require global solutions".
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