The G20 summit ends worse than expected - in acrimony, mud slinging, division and name calling over Syria. No progress at all. World failure again.
The best than can be said about the G20 summit is that at least they talked about Syria but they agreed absolutely nothing of any use.
It is clear from the G20 that governments representing most of the world's population do not want military action in Syria.
The G20 summit in St Petersburg exposed stark divisions between host Vladimir Putin and US President Obama over Syria.
War emptied the suburb of Yarmouk in southern Damascus of its people. Assad's army holds it, but their prize is a ghost town.
Even in the President's heartland of Baltimore, 95% of voters are against his policy on military intervention in Syria.