By Kennison L. S.
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History and Development 17 economic issues that was soon complemented by the discussion of a wide range of other issues; the goal of creating an informal grouping of leaders that was most evident and successful during the first, fourth, and fifth cycles; a forum for initial discussion that then creates or delegates to other institutions more suited for policy implementation; the importance of its communiqués, statements, and declarations as the mouthpiece of the summit. These themes, and others, will be taken up in more detail in the chapters that follow.
W. Bush), or eight summits (Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and most likely George W. Bush) unless they are impeached, assassinated or retire. However, it is not just length of service that is important. Consistency in attendance needs to exist across the participating countries in order to create the esprit de corps at the heart of the G8. 2 demonstrates the two periods during which the same group of faces attended the summit on a regular basis: 1) the mid-1980s when Mitterrand, Reagan, Thatcher, Kohl, and Nakasone were all in power; and 2) more recently since 2001 when Chirac, Bush, Blair, Schröder, Koizumi, and Berlusconi have been in power.
In this context, it would appear intuitive to equate compliance to the pledges included in summit declarations with a commitment to the goals and successful functioning of the summit process. To this end, detailed research has highlighted various aspects of compliance with the pledges made at the G7/8 summits. This research is ongoing and has been conducted on the basis of individual G8 members’ behaviour in line with what has been promised after individual summits, over extended periods of time, and on specific issues.