The curtain's come down on a G20 summit that featured finger-pointing and frayed nerves between Chinese hosts and some guests - most notably the US delegation. So why the tension? Is it a sign of a stronger or a weaker China? More broadly, amid a blowback against globalization, what are the prospects going forward for a club where political rivals are economic partners?
Produced by Charles WENTE, François WIBAUX a,d Van MEGUERDITCHIAN.
Economic Advisor on Emerging Countries, CEPII Institute
Senior policy advisor, Trade Union Advisory Committee (TUAC) to the OECD
China-Africa Researcher, CERI Sciences Po
Professor, City University of London