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World Leaders Pose For Their G20 Family Photo In Hamburg

World leaders pose for the G20 family photo in Hamburg, Germany. 
At 12:57 local time, German Chancellor Merkel welcomed world leaders for the traditional G20 family photo. Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and South African President Jacob Zuma all came in for a photo call. Also present were the leaders the UN, World Bank, International Monetary Fund and World Trade Organization.
Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May to the G20 Summit in Hamburg..jpg
Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes British Prime Minister Theresa May to the G20 Summit in Hamburg..jpg

Once the background set up for the Welcome pictures lifted, it revealed the stairs where the leaders stepped on to pose for their G20 family photo.

Led by UK PM Theresa May and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde, the G20 leaders filed back in front of the cameras and took their places on the podium.

Emerging from behind the stage, President Trump showed up and was shortly after approached by the President of the World Bank, Jim Yong Kim. President Trump also could be seen talking briefly with  Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, head of the African Union Yayi Boni, Indonesian President Jokowi to whom, according to our Pooler, could be seen responding “I will”.

President Trump also could be seen talking briefly with  Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, head of the African Union Yayi Boni, Indonesian President Jokowi to whom, according to our Pooler, could be seen responding “I will”.

Stage right, President Trump took his position in the front row, between Indonesian President Joko Widodo and French President Emanuel Macron with whom he was seen to have what seemed to be a friendly chat.

 

Read more: The G20 Summit And The New Balance Of Power

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  • How do they decide who gets to stand in the third row and the second row and the first row? How are their positions determined ? I know Trump had to be on the end because he’s new to office and the same for President Macon of France.

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Pavlovic was a Teaching Fellow and Doctoral Fellow in the Political Science department at Yale University, Lead Instructor in International Affairs and Security and Politics Law and Economics programs at Yale Global Scholars, Head Writing Fellow at the Yale Graduate Writing Center, Fellow of the “Research and Travel Award in Grand Strategy” from International Security Studies (ISS) at Yale University, Fellow of the Roger Hertog Global Strategy Initiative in Religious Violence at Columbia University, a Doctoral candidate in Political Conflict and Peace Building Processes at Complutense University in Madrid, Fellow of the OSI Global Supplementary Grant Program, and a Visiting Doctoral Fellow at the Juan March Institute. She holds an M.Sc. in European Politics from the London School of Economics, an M.A. in American Politics, and a B.A. in Journalism and Communication from the University of Belgrade. She speaks English, Serbian, Croatian, and Spanish.

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