Morning multilateralism, Dec. 14

Morning multilateralism, Dec. 14

Dominique Strauss-Kahn discusses the IMF’s "triple comeback." Plus, Portugal is encouraged by a laudatory IMF report.

Hope: Oxfam calls Cancún "an important chapter in the epic story to tackle global climate change."

Funny money: Sarkozy wants IMF "special drawing rights" to play a greater role in the international monetary system.

African Union drafts model law criminalizing terrorism and banning ransom payments.

Opium on the rise in Southeast Asia, says new U.N. drugs report.

A look at Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff’s new brand of multilateralism.

What is NATO’s real aim? asks (wacky) op-ed in Pravda.