US Elections 2020 and the Future of the World Order – A Panel Discussion with the International Manifesto Group
The International Manifesto Group began discussing the evolving political and geopolitical economy of the world order and its national and regional components at the beginning of the pandemic. It has members around the world, from North America to Japan.
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Moderator: Radhika Desai, Professor, University of Manitoba, Director, Geopolitical Economy Research Group
· John Ross, Senior Fellow at Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China.
· Oleg Barabanov, Programme Director, Valdai Discussion Club, Academic Director, European Studies Institute, MGIMO University.
· Michael Brie, social philosopher, Institute for Critical Social Analysis, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Berlin.
· Claude Serfati, Associate Researcher, Institut de Recherche Économique et Sociale, France.
· Tomoo Marukawa, Professor, University of Tokyo.
· Kate Hudson, General Secretary, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)
· Gavin Rae, Sociologist, Fundacja Naprzód, Warsaw.
· Dimitri Lascaris, Lawyer, Journalist and Activist, Canada.
· Carlos Ron, Vice-Minister for North America, Venezuela’s Ministry for Foreign Relations
· Yash Tandon, Ugandan policymaker, political activist, professor, author and intellectual.
· Oscar Ugarteche, Professor, Instituto de Investigaciones Económicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
· Radhika Desai, Professor, University of Manitoba, Director, Geopolitical Economy Research Group
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