The G-20 (Group of Twenty) finance ministers and central bank governors has met annually since 1999 to promote dialogue between industrialized and emerging-market countries. The 19 member nations plus the European Union represent 90% of the world's gross national product. Brookings experts provide ongoing commentary and recommendations on the issues facing the G-20.
Reuters/Volkan Furuncu - European Union leaders observe a minute of silence in memory of the victims of Paris attacks, at the Group of 20 (G20) leaders summit in the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya, Turkey, November 16, 2015.
The G-20, Syrian refugees, and the chill wind from the Paris tragedy
November 19, 2015, Omer Karasapan
Reflecting on the recent G-20 meeting in Turkey, Omer Karasapan explains why fear, not facts, is driving policies on refugees in Europe.
Global Financial Crisis
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Opinion | Hurriyet Daily News
November 14, 2015, Elizabeth Ferris and Kemal Kirişci
September 24, 2015, Bruce Jones
September 14, 2015, Colin I. Bradford
September 10, 2015, Zia Qureshi
Opinion | Let's Talk Development
June 15, 2015, Zia Qureshi
December 5, 2014, Ernesto Talvi, Santiago García da Rosa, Rafael Guntin, Rafael Xavier, Federico Ganz, Mercedes Cejas, et al.
December 4, 2014, Fred Dews
December 3, 2014
November 17, 2014, Colin I. Bradford
November 14, 2014, Jan Nalaskowski, Rob Keane and Thomas Wright
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