The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, May 16

Kofi Annan urges Syrian government to facilitate distribution of humanitarian aid. United Nations convoy hit by explosion. IMF’s Christine Lagarde on possible Greek Eurozone exit: "we have to be technically prepared for anything." Charles Taylor rants against international justice; Ratko Mladic trial opens at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. An African Union ...

Kofi Annan urges Syrian government to facilitate distribution of humanitarian aid. United Nations convoy hit by explosion.

IMF’s Christine Lagarde on possible Greek Eurozone exit: "we have to be technically prepared for anything."

Charles Taylor rants against international justice; Ratko Mladic trial opens at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

An African Union leadership struggle.

European Union forces attack pirate vessels in Somalia.

Military budget cuts haunt the NATO summit; plus, Pakistan finally gets a summit invite.

World Bank readies $2 billion loan for Indonesia; plus, the Bank approves new grant to help Palestinian students find jobs.

Chinese and Indian airlines refuse to provide emissions data to European Union.

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