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February 25th, 2013
Episode 853 of 1250 episodes
For years, large global organizations, like the G-20 or the UN, have failed to cooperate on major international challenges, like climate change. Is mini-lateralism, in which a few major world powers work together to tackle these problems, a viable and ethical alternative?