The global economy has been rocked the past few years by a pandemic and by war and rumors of war in Europe and Asia. Big Power competition is suddenly the focus of international relations and this competition has shaken the post World War II system, including the Bretton Woods institutions set up to avoid beggar thy neighbor policies and economic illiberalism.
The Forum will address these issues in global trade, world finance, energy politics and the use of economic sanctions to accomplish political goals. Four experts will address these topics on consecutive Mondays in June from 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m, over Zoom. The price per participant for non-partner institutions is $500. Contact us for payment options and the Zoom information at firstname.lastname@example.org.