The AIIA has recently published Going Global, edited by Melissa Conley Tyler and Wilhelm Hofmeister. This book examines the assumed responsiblities of these five countries after the formation of the Group of 20 (G20). How these countries have approached their new roles in the world and in their specific regions has been analyzed at a forum in Jakarta, Indonesia, May 2010. These analyses are presented in this volume.
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G20 Perceptions and Perspectives for Global Governance
Ever since the financial crisis in 2008, the group of G20 has become a new forum for dialogue, consensus and coordination between important political leaders in the world.
The emergence of the G20 is raising questions about its competences and capabilities. Some of these questions have been discussed during a conference organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Seoul, in May 2011. This book edited by Wilhelm Hofmeister is a collection of articles based on that conference.
It provides perceptions and perspectives for global governance from a broad variety of backgrounds, countries and cultures and aims to contribute to the discussion shaping the G20 process.
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The Vulnerable Country: Australia and the Global Economy
The AIIA is pleased to announce the publication of The Vulnerable Country: Australia and the Global Economy by Dr Tom Conley. This book examines the factors that contribute to Australia’s unique economic situation.