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Join us for a conversation with US Senator Chris Coons (D-Del.) on how the Russia-Ukraine war, economic competition with China, and other major global influences are reshaping US foreign policy and impacting business, the economy, and political stability both domestic and abroad.
From war in Europe to disrupted supply chains to strategic competition over semiconductors, geopolitics increasingly affect the ability of companies to do business around the world. Many major companies are now significant foreign policy actors. CEOs can’t afford to be solely on the receiving end of events. They need to better anticipate geopolitical developments and cultivate their own contacts and relations so as to position their companies to thrive in any environment, creating a strategy which also aligns with their own purpose and values as a business.
The path to low inflation may be bumpier than many analysts had thought, judging by recent data and official comments. Will the Federal Reserve have to raise interest rates even higher to cool an overheated economy? And might more-aggressive tightening lead to economic and market turmoil, or even tip us into a recession? Moody’s Chief Economist Mark Zandi returns to our series for the discussion.
A former Conservative Party executive and MP, Gavin Barwell served as chief of staff to Theresa May during the tempestuous last two years of her premiership. He will share insights into crisis management from his front-row seat in post-Brexit negotiations with EU politicians, and advise C-suite executives how they should be considering the risks and opportunities of geopolitical events ranging from the war in Ukraine to trade tensions with China.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forced businesses to reevaluate and protect against their exposure to the region. Investment has shifted toward developing new energy markets, technologies, and infrastructure to support Western interests and build resilience against further economic and geopolitical disruption. Daniel Fried, former US Ambassador to Poland, and Brent Neiman, Counselor to the Secretary of the Treasury, will share their perspectives on the ongoing effects of the war and the risks and business implications arising from it.
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