American belligerence is perhaps the biggest argument in favour of ensuring the G20 remains relevant, writes Kevin Carmichael. In Osaka, there were hints about how that might be achieved.
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senior fellow, Centre for International Governance Innovation
Kevin Carmichael is a CIGI senior fellow. He was previously the U.S. business correspondent for The Globe and Mail.
Kevin began his career in journalism reporting with The Canadian Press between 1998 and 2000. He worked at Bloomberg News, first in Ottawa and then in Washington, DC, between 2000 and 2005. While at Bloomberg, he covered the Bank of Canada, US Treasury and also visited several countries as a member of the Treasury’s press pool. Kevin joined The Globe and Mail in 2008 as the national business correspondent.
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