The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, Jan. 11

Confidence boost: International Monetary Fund credit line approval gives Mexican peso a lift. India wants the World Bank and IMF to scrutinize its financial sector; plus, World Bank president Zoellick goes for a river cruise in India. The UN reports on the Sudan referendum, and so do these Chinese observers. A call for the European ...

Confidence boost: International Monetary Fund credit line approval gives Mexican peso a lift.

India wants the World Bank and IMF to scrutinize its financial sector; plus, World Bank president Zoellick goes for a river cruise in India.

The UN reports on the Sudan referendum, and so do these Chinese observers.

A call for the European Union to get a better Bosnia policy. Plus, how will the EU respond to an independent southern Sudan?

Cote d’Ivoire: Is Gbagbo successfully waiting out the international community?

The EU and Serbia make progress on WTO accession talks.

An Organization of American States report on Haiti’s elections leaks.

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