The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, Feb. 3

Multilateralists go places: The current Arab League president and the former International Atomic Energy Agency chief could be jostling to take over in Egypt.  IAEA director warns that Stuxnet and its ilk could threaten nuclear safety. January food prices surged to historic peak, says UN Food and Agriculture Organization. World Bank chief wants the institution ...

Multilateralists go places: The current Arab League president and the former International Atomic Energy Agency chief could be jostling to take over in Egypt. 

IAEA director warns that Stuxnet and its ilk could threaten nuclear safety.

January food prices surged to historic peak, says UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

World Bank chief wants the institution to be ready for fast action in Tunisia and Egypt, warns donors not to be paralyzed.

Agenda-setting: Timothy Geithner will join other G-20 finance ministers for Paris meeting in mid-February.

ASEAN wants easier cross-border stock trading among its members.

Rob Peter, pay Paul: Ukraine will transfer peacekeepers and helicopters from Liberia mission to Cote d’Ivoire.

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