A Yemeni woman collects spilled grains from the ground after receiving food aid at a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Sana’a, Yemen, on April 29. The country is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the UN has warned. Photo: EPA-EFE
A Yemeni woman collects spilled grains from the ground after receiving food aid at a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Sana’a, Yemen, on April 29. The country is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the UN has warned. Photo: EPA-EFE
William R. Rhodes
Opinion

Opinion

William R. Rhodes and Stuart P.M. Mackintosh

G20 paralysis is bad news for tackling global food, health and climate crises

  • In its early years, the G20 oversaw cooperation on issues ranging from financial stability to inclusive growth and climate change. Today, major players are blocking it from operating effectively
  • Geopolitical tensions, war and new national security concerns mean the multilateral coordination of globalisation is now on life support

A Yemeni woman collects spilled grains from the ground after receiving food aid at a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Sana’a, Yemen, on April 29. The country is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the UN has warned. Photo: EPA-EFE
A Yemeni woman collects spilled grains from the ground after receiving food aid at a camp for displaced people on the outskirts of Sana’a, Yemen, on April 29. The country is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, the UN has warned. Photo: EPA-EFE
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