The Geopolitics of the Post-COVID-19 and Biden era

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Tuesday 23rd February, 7:00PM BST

As the world moves from the Trump era and pandemic to that of the Biden administration and the post-Covid reality, what will define its geopolitics? How have Russia and China take advantage of the crisis, and how are middle powers playing the new fast changing world. PS21 will be talking to several leading experts, asking what will characterise the next decade and where the risks might lie.

Speakers:

Ali Wyne (Moderator) – Senior analyst for Global Macro at Eurasia Group, nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, nonresident fellow at the Modern War Institute

Nikolas Gvosdev – Professor of national security studies at the U.S. Naval War College, editor of Orbis and senior fellow at FPRI and the Carnegie Council

Maha Aziz – NYU Professor, World Economic Forum Global Future Council Risk Expert. Cartoonist & Author of upcoming book ‘A Global Spring: The Covid-19 Effect in the 2020s’

Champa Patel – Director, Asia-Pacific Programme at Chatham House. Previous Regional Director & Senior Research Advisor for South Asia and South East Asia and Pacific Offices for Amnesty International.

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