After a gap year, the G7 Summit is back. Joe Biden meets the other political leaders in person in the UK. Hot topics abound: from the COVID-19 vaccine distribution to climate change (with the Uk co-chairing with Italy the COP26), from trade to fiscal regulation. Other democracies have been invited to join the club: South Korea, Australia, South Africa, and India (in absentia).
How can the G7 prove its ability to deliver? Will it relaunch transatlantic relations and cooperation among democracies? Is it consistent with multilateral efforts in the context of the G20 and beyond?