It’s time to let the Group of Eight die in the rubble of L’Aquila, home to this week’s summit, says Stryker McGuire, because what the G-8 really lacks is leadership.
Stryker McGuire is an American journalist working in London. McGuire is a contributing editor at Newsweek magazine, where he was a correspondent, bureau chief and editor for 30 years; the founding editor of International Quarterly , and an associate at Lombard Street Research, an economics consultancy in the City of London.
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