The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, June 18

Relief at Greek election results is short-lived; Spanish borrowing costs remain high. Plus, Ireland may get more time to pay back its loans. Outgoing World Bank chief Robert Zoellick tells Europe it’s doing too little too late. UN observer chief in Syria stresses the need to evacuate beseiged civilians. UN human rights chief says shelling ...

Relief at Greek election results is short-lived; Spanish borrowing costs remain high. Plus, Ireland may get more time to pay back its loans.

Outgoing World Bank chief Robert Zoellick tells Europe it’s doing too little too late.

UN observer chief in Syria stresses the need to evacuate beseiged civilians.

UN human rights chief says shelling of Syrian cities may constitute crimes against humanity.

First G20 leaders arrive in Mexico for summit; Presidents Putin and Obama will confer on the edges of the summit. 

On eve of Rio earth summit, China emphasizes special responsibility of developed states for environment.

Brazil offers free air service to the conference for the poorest countries.

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