The Multilateralist

Morning multilateralism, July 26

European Central Bank president pledges to do "whatever it takes" to save the Euro. UN chief Ban Ki-moon visits Srebrenica, draws Syria parallel. Is the Arab League giving Palestinians the green light on UN bid? In Athens, "troika" officials begin consultations with Greek finance minister. International Monetary Fund approves $2 billion for "socially acceptable fiscal ...

European Central Bank president pledges to do "whatever it takes" to save the Euro.

UN chief Ban Ki-moon visits Srebrenica, draws Syria parallel.

Is the Arab League giving Palestinians the green light on UN bid?

In Athens, "troika" officials begin consultations with Greek finance minister.

International Monetary Fund approves $2 billion for "socially acceptable fiscal consolidation" in Jordan.

Britain confirms that military advisers are aiding African Union forces in Somalia.

UN Security Council renews Cote d’Ivoire peacekeeping mission; rescinds some Liberia sanctions.

European Commission has ideas for bolstering its emissions trading system.

Former British foreign secretary accuses government of passivity on arms trade treaty negotiations. 

A look at Latin America’s confused regionalism.

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