Q: "The G20 is for nations that respect the rule of law, and Argentina clearly does not," U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) said May 11 when proposing a congressional resolution expressing that Argentina should no longer be part of the group. Argentina not only nationalized YPF but also has refused to honor court decisions "ordering it to fulfill obligations to U.S. creditors," disregarded claims brought before ICSID, refused to submit to an IMF review and failed to comply with antimoney laundering recommendations, he said. Are Lugar's criticisms of Argentina's
actions warranted? Should Argentina be booted from the G20, and, if so,...

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