Daniel Hamilton (from Washington, DC) (Austrian Marshall Plan Distinguished Fellow and Director, Global Europe Program, Woodrow Wilson Center; Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University/SAIS & former Executive Director, Center for Transatlantic Relations, SAIS, Washington, DC; former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs; US special coordinator for Southeast European stabilization; Associate Director, Policy Planning Staff, U.S. State Department). In his intial remakrs Dr Hamilton will talk about U.S. relations with Russia & Europe
Ambassador (ret.) DAVID C. LITT (from Chapel Hill) (Executive Director, Center for Stabilization & Economic Reconstruction, CSER, Chapel Hill, NC; former Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Consul General in Dubai; former third ranking official at U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq). In his initial remarks Amb. Litt will talk about U.S. relations with the Middle East
THOMAS ORLIK (from New York) (Chief Economist for Bloomberg Economics, Washington DC; formerly based in Beijing as Bloomberg's Chief Asia economist and China correspondent for The Wall Street Journal; former advisor to the UK Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund and policy analyst and speechwriter for the British Treasury. He is the author of China: The Bubble That Never Pops, Oxford UP, 2020). In his initial remarks Tom Orlik will talk about U.S. and European relations with China
SI TAO XU (from Beijing, China) (Chief Economist and Partner of Deloitte China; former chief representative of the Economist Group and forecasting director of the Economist Intelligence Unit in China; previously senior economist for Asia at Societe Generale, Industrial and Commerical Bank of China and Standard Chartered Bank). In his intial remarks Si Tao Xu will talk about China's relations with the U.S. and Europe
Dr. Svetlana Savranskaya (Senior Analyst & Director of the Russia programs at the National Security Archive, George Washington University, Washington, DC; lead organizer of the Nunn-Lugar conferences on U.S.-Rusia cooperation; lead organizer on four internatioanl conferences dealing with information access to the former Soviet Union and Russia; author of multiple articles and books on US-Russian relations and the Cold War with the USSR). In her initial remarks Dr Savranskaya will talk about U.S.-Russian relations.
introduced & moderated by Klaus Larres (Richard M. Krasno Distinguished Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill)
organized by the Krasno Global Events Series THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 2020, at 5.30pm Location: ONLINE - CLICK HERE to GET TO it.
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