Amid persistent worries of a global economic slowdown, the world meets in Rio next week to discuss that other crucial challenge of the 21st century: sustainable development. But before the summit kicks off, the G20 takes place in Mexico – an excellent opportunity for the world’s leaders to talk about the eurozone crisis, the civil war in Syria, and other pressing issues. Also important: the five permanent members of the UN Security council will talk about Iran’s nuclear developments on Monday and the result of the Egyptian presidential elections is announced on Thursday. Read more
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