The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, Jan. 13

International Monetary Fund board approves funds for Georgia, warns about need for foreign investment. U.N. peacekeepers ambushed in Cote d’Ivoire. Russia says Iran’s nuclear facilities invite is interesting — but can’t replace IAEA inspections. China would like to "participate actively" in any new euro stabilization activity, signals willingness to buy Spanish bonds. Will the United ...

International Monetary Fund board approves funds for Georgia, warns about need for foreign investment.

U.N. peacekeepers ambushed in Cote d’Ivoire.

Russia says Iran’s nuclear facilities invite is interesting — but can’t replace IAEA inspections.

China would like to "participate actively" in any new euro stabilization activity, signals willingness to buy Spanish bonds.

Will the United States veto Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements?

Hillary Clinton warns that attempts to derail U.N.-backed Lebanon tribunal will fail.

World Bank expects global GDP growth to slow slightly in 2011.

Jimmy Carter says Southern Sudan might not sign on to the International Criminal Court, so as to keep dialogue open with Bashir.

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