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Rethinking international interdependence – Live from the European Forum Alpbach


Global crises – from the covid-19 pandemic and local weather change to Russia’s warfare on Ukraine have challenged the core tenets of the globalised world. Europe has been on the centre of this upheaval. And the continent now faces robust choices on its vitality markets, commerce partnerships, and provide chains.  

In this particular episode, recorded in entrance of a stay viewers on the European Forum Alpbach in Austria, Mark Leonard is joined by co-chair of ECFR, Carl Bildt, Austrian federal minister for the EU and structure, Karoline Edtstadler, and non-resident fellow at Bruegel, Thomas Wieser. Together, they talk about the way to strike the proper steadiness between the necessity for sovereignty and the advantages of globalisation. What are the most important threats to the European market economies and what are the alternatives? Will Europeans be taught from Russia’s weaponisation of vitality on the subject of its dependencies on China? And is there a method to ‘disarm’ connectivity?

This podcast was recorded stay on the European Forum Alpbach on 1 September 2022.

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