Since the outbreak of the global economic crisis, emerging economies appear to have taken on bigger roles in the international system. From Indias steady growth to Chinas massive stimulus program, the leading economies of the global South have been a source of stability amid difficult times and have advanced key policy debates. In this video, international affairs experts are asked to respond to this evolving phenomenon, its impact on the G20 process, and how emerging economies have bridged the North-South divide in this forum. (Filmed at CIGI-Chatham House workshop on Global Economic Governance in a World of Crisis, Rockefeller Foundations Bellagio Center, March 2010)
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