The European Union in the G20: what role for small states?

  title={The European Union in the G20: what role for small states?},
  author={Skander Nasra and P. Debaere},
  journal={Cambridge Review of International Affairs},
  pages={209 - 230}
  • Skander Nasra, P. Debaere
  • Published 2011
  • Economics, Political Science
  • Cambridge Review of International Affairs
  • The G20 has emerged as the premier forum for international economic policy coordination. For small EU states, the EU's participation in the G20 represents a particular challenge as they may be faced with decisions in which they had no say. This article looks at the possibilities for small state involvement in the G20 process and analyses the extent to which they can influence the EU's participation in the G20. The article suggests two sets of variables to explain the possibilities for influence… CONTINUE READING
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