Multiple Multilateralisms in Post-Crisis Reform Efforts: UN vs G20 (March 2011)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Fri, Mar 11, 2011

By Aldo Caliari
In an article recently appeared at the Academic Council for the United Nations System newsletter, RBW Project Director Aldo Caliari explores the relationship between the G20 Summits and the United Nations. He argues that a comparison between them remains one between apples and oranges, so the relationship between the UN and the G20 can be appreciated not only in a model of competition, but also in one of synergy. However much the potential for either one exists, though, which one prevails in practice is up to the political will of the actors involved.



Read the article as published in ACUNS Newsletter Issue No. 1, Winter 2011.

Read full ACUNS Newsletter Issue No. 1, Winter 2011.