Early next week, days before the G-20 summit, head over to the World Bank homepage for the live video stream of a speech by the Bank's president, Robert Zoellick, to be broadcast on Tuesday at 10 a.m. in London (5 a.m. in Washington, D.C.). If you can't make it for the speech, it will be posted to worldbank.org.
During the Reuters-hosted event, Zoellick will answer questions submitted by readers. You can participate by submitting your questions for Zoellick directly through the comments section of Reuters' The Great Debate blog or by using the #askwb tag on Twitter. It looks like there is already plenty of interest – with more than 130 comments posted as I write.