Theresa May is making her debut on the world stage. Her public appearances so far have been confident and competent. But...
There's a sense here Britain may have to adjust to its new place in the world order. Not certain, but a few straws in wind from last 24 hrs
1. Brexit is one of the main topics of concern at the economic forum. We are on the agenda as an "issue"
2. Theresa May has spent the summit trying presenting Britain as dependable and outward looking - striking this is even necessary
3. Diplomats surprised by force of President Obama's critique of UK - openly saying Brits voted the wrong way in the referendum
4. President Obama publicly assigning low priority to a trade deal - he could have been more helpful in public
5. There are suggestions that Obama was even more frank with Mrs May behind closed doors
6. Australia PM Malcolm Turnbull seized on the diplomatic void and played the role of Britain's closest friend at this summit -unusual look
7. The jaw dropping 15 page Japanese letter demanding a "soft" Brexit and threatening job - will others follow?
8.President Obama and John Kerry met Merkel and Hollande this morning. An EU/US summit with UK out of the room.
9. The spectacle of President Putin trying to use Brexit to pitch new trading relationship with UK to get out of Brexit. TM refused.
10. Doesn't matter diplomatically, but it will linger in memories: Theresa back left of the G20 photo
11. The big picture geopolitics of this summit is the US edging towards a deal wtih Russia over Syria - not clear UK playing much of a role