With the foreign ministers' meeting in Bonn, the G20 process is gaining momentum.
A decade ago, Germany was a pioneer in fighting climate change via the expansion of renewable energies. But now, like many G20 nations, its climate protection is stagnating as global emissions rise again.
The G20 is convening once again and, yet again, little is expected to come out of it. Still, the forum could be of value, says Peter Sturm of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, if only it were a smaller affair.
US President Donald Trump isn't interested in international cooperation, but the other G20 members take a different stance. A clash seems unavoidable at the group's summit. Bernd Riegert reports from Buenos Aires.
This weekend in Buenos Aires, the so-called "Group of 20" meets for the 13th time. But what exactly is this group of global economic powers and how significant are their annual gatherings?
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