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The G-20 Meetings of September 4-5, 2009, Summarized:

And with appropriately idiosyncratic commentary from me. This goes on for quite a while, so I'm going to hide it, trusting to Your Dopamine Pathways that you will not be able to resist Seeking it. There is a discussion at the end about transnational regulatory governance networks and what they mean for these meetings as exercises in a straitened form of global governance - which I suggest, not. And bonus discussion of Banking Institutions that are Too Big To Fail because they Operate Galaxy-Wide, and whether transnational regulators are a precursor to the United Federation of Planets and, finally, the terrible, terrible idea, perhaps the worst bit of social utopianism in the Star Trek universe (besides the ostensible un-necessity of money that Co-Blogger Ilya has already discussed and discounted), Memory Alpha ....

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ArthurKirkland:
If you could show Prof. Lindgren how to operate that 'hide most of the post' Intertubes apparatus, many readers would be grateful.
9.6.2009 4:26pm
Mark N. (www):
ArthurKirkland: You can take matters into your own hands if you wish.
9.6.2009 7:20pm
ArthurKirkland:
Now that is one fine Intertubes apparatus. Thank you.
9.6.2009 7:44pm
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