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July 18th, 2006
Episode 23 of 1644 episodes
What was really accomplished at the St. Petersburg G-8 meeting? Can the G-8 really cope with the pressing issues of the day, from energy security to stemming the spread of WMD, or is it fated to end up as little more than a photo op for world leaders? Gvosdev gives his firsthand impressions.
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