Participating in CIGI's conference "The New Geometry of Global Summitry: The Future of the G20 (and the G8)", Colin Keating answers the questions: 1. What are the implications of the creation of the G20 for the U.N.? 2. How useful is it for the secretary general of the U.N. and other heads of organizations to be invited? 3. How should the G20 relate to the U.N. secretariat during the prepatory process? 4. How should the G20 relate to the rest of the U.N. membership? 5. Would there be any benefit to adopting a proxy or constituency system? 6. What do non-members expect from the G20? 7. Are there issues they want the G20 to address? Colin Keating is the Executive Director at the Security Council Report.
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