the summit

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If you went down to the woods

That day, in Huntsville, during the G8 summit, you were in for a big surprise
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The fallout from Toronto’s G20 protests

Cops and protesters clashed, but agreed on one thing: the other side was to blame
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The first wives club plays safe

The leaders’ spouses avoided protesters—and any whiff of substance
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Lock them up: Why the G20 thugs don’t deserve any leniency

We cannot allow international summits to become an excuse for roving lawlessness
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G20 members: Embarking on a great experiment

COYNE: The world leaders agreed on a broad economic plan. You’d have never seen this 20 years ago.
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No ‘bun fights’ at this table

To reach the summit, every leader needs a sherpa. Harper’s is a quiet civil servant with a famous daughter.
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A coalition? Don’t we have one already?

PAUL WELLS: While Merkel’s coalition looks off-balance, Harper seems to be doing fine with Ignatieff as junior coalition partner
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It’s Harper’s world now

After the G20, the PM’s reputation on the international stage is at least temporarily enhanced
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Who gets to rule the world

The G20 may supplant the G8, if it can hold itself together. What does that mean for Canada?
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Let’s not have a revolution

ANDREW COYNE: In financial matters, it’s usually best for countries to look after themselves