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  • Thursday, June 30, 2005

    G8 meetings don't have a history of leaving a lasting legacy

    This opinion piece from today's Guardian makes an interesting read, looking at G8 meetings, and promises of a so called "lasting legacy":

    The G8's history stretches back only as far as 1975, when the then G6 leaders met in the elegant grounds of Rambouillet in France to discuss the oil crisis. Since then the meeting tends to get overtaken by events. More importantly, the G8 exists only in so far as the holder of the rotating presidency puts effort into giving it some bite.
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