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2004 Sea Island Summit Analytical Studies

Sea Island Summit Performance

John Kirton and Ella Kokotsis
June 23, 2004

See also John Kirton's America at the G8: From Vulnerability to Victory at the 2004 Sea Island Summit and What the Sea Island Summit Means for the World Ahead.

Document No. of Words No. of Paragraphs No. of Commitments Mobilized [a] Amount
(U.S.$)
Remit (hard) [b] Remit (soft) [c] Institutions [d] Instructions [e]
1
G8 Leaders Statement on Trade
679
8
4
 
 
 
 
1
13
2
G8 Action Plan: Applying the Power of Entrepreneurship to the Eradication of Poverty
2,512
50
39
 
 
 
 
1
38
3
Partnership for Progress and a Common Future with the Region of the Broader Middle East and North Africa
1,590
23
8
3
 
   
  
 5
42
4
G8 Plan of Support for Reform
4,359
130
38
1
100 million
  
 
 
69
5
G8 Action Plan on Nonproliferation
2,147
28
23
2
   
  
1
 
61
6
G8 Secure and Facilitated International Travel Initiative (SAFTI)
1,549
46
35
 
 
 
5
 
34
7
G8 Statement on Sudan
345
5
1
 
 
 
 
 
1
8
G8 Statement: Gaza Withdrawal and the Road Ahead to Mideast Peace
504
6
3
 
 
 
 
 
8
9
G8 Action Plan for Expanding Global Capacity for Peace Support Operations
1,435
18
14
1
961 million
 
1
1
13
10
G8 Action to Endorse and Establish a Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise
791
11
4
 
15 million 
360 million
1
 1
1
15
11
G8 Commitment to Help Stop Polio Forever
460
9
5
1
200 million
 
1
 
6
12
Fighting Corruption to Improve Transparency [f]
11,013
255
18
 
 
1
 
3
111
13
Debt Sustainability for the Poorest (HIPC)
163
4
4
1
1 billion
 
1
 
4
14
Ending the Cycle of Famine in the Horn of Africa, Raising Agricultural Productivity, and Promoting Rural Development in Food Insecure Countries
365
56
49
 
 
 
 
 
47
15
Science and Technology for Sustainable Development: "3r" Action Plan and Progress on Implementation
687
21
 8
 
 
  
 
5
29
16
Chair's Summary
1,059
29
 0
 
 
 
 
 
23
Total – Sea Island 2004
(16 documents)
29,658
699
253
9
2.77 billion
2
10
17
514
Total – Evian 2003
(14 documents)
 
 
206
10
500 million
5
 
3
 

Notes:
a. Number of commitments of new money in the lead-up to or at the Summit.
b. Number of specific commitments for leaders to deal with the subject at a subsequent summit.
c. Number of specific commitments to deal with the subject at a future specified date or by the time of the next summit.
d. Number of G8 or G8-centred institutions created or directed.
e. Number of instructions issued to other organizations.
f. Includes the four Compacts to Promote Transparency and Combat Corruption between the G8 and Nicuaragua (4 institutions), Nigeria (4 institutions), Peru (3 institutions) and Georgia (4 instutitions).

Other Documents
- G8 Global Partnership Annual Report
- G8 Global Partnership Consolidated Report

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