Morning multilateralism, April 12

Morning multilateralism, April 12

UK foreign minister talks tough on Syria, including possible International Criminal Court referral.

India’s environment minister says the EU’s airline carbon tax is a "deal-breaker" for global climate change talks. Plus, India’s man at the UN says the world can’t wait on reforming the Security Council.

Contest or coronation? Jim Yong Kim makes his case to the World Bank executive board.

Facing credit crunch, Bangladesh gets a big IMF loan package. Plus, G20 countries will talk this week on boosting IMF resources, says Japan’s finance minister.

In Kabul, NATO’s secretary general insists that the alliance remains committed to Afghanistan.

The WTO says world trade growth will slow in 2012.

Previewing the Summit of the Americas.