Canada helped create the G20. Can it now help re-energize its child? It boasts of dodging the financial crisis thanks to its wise regulatory stance, but so far has done little to help fill the leadership or financing gap.
Senior Fellow, School of International Development and Global Studies, Ottawa University
John Sinclair, a member of the McLeod Group, now based in Jakarta Indonesia, is a Senior Fellow at the School of International Development and Global Studies, Ottawa University. He has worked for the Economist Group, CIDA and the World Bank.
None of the Canadian government's foreign aid documents are of any help in answering rather simple but important questions, such as what have the hundreds of millions Canada has spent in post-earthquake Haiti or Afghanistan actually achieved?
08/01/2011 02:07 EDT
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