Scaling Down Ambitions? G20 Agenda Evolves from Global Governance to Bilateral Consultations
The fate of the G20 is an example of how difficult it is in the modern world to establish any formalized forms of international, or global governance. Despite the fact, that problems are increasingly truly global in nature, their solution is becoming increasingly national. States do their duty for their own citizens and, as a rule, do not take into account the interests of mankind as a whole.