The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, Nov. 1

The Telegraph is dissecting the budget of the EU External Action Service — and doesn’t like what it sees. Hu greets Ban Ki-moon in Beijing: "China has always advocated, supported and practiced multilateralism." German FM talks up joint Russia-NATO missile defense shield; meanwhile, Turkey signals it won’t block NATO plans. Futility alert: African Union will ...

The Telegraph is dissecting the budget of the EU External Action Service — and doesn’t like what it sees.

Hu greets Ban Ki-moon in Beijing: "China has always advocated, supported and practiced multilateralism."

German FM talks up joint Russia-NATO missile defense shield; meanwhile, Turkey signals it won’t block NATO plans.

Futility alert: African Union will train 800 new Somali cops to secure Mogadishu.

"I cried tears and Korea’s national anthem echoed in my heart when South Korea was selected to host the G-20 summit," writes Korean fourth-grader.

Experts group tasked with reenergizing Doha round of WTO negotiations.

Report: Strauss-Kahn friends expect IMF head to run for French presidency, noting that he’s on a diet.

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