‘Summit Dialogue’, Ep. 28: An Interview with Paola Subacchi on the G7, NATO and the G20


We are entering a very busy ‘Summit Season’ and I thought I would kick off this Summit Season with a conversation with Paola Subacchi. I wanted to review with her the consequences of the just completed G7 Summit hosted by Germany at Schloss Elmau, the NATO Summit in Spain, and also look forward to the November G20 Leaders’ Summit hosted by Indonesia.

Paola is a Professor of International Economics and Chair Advisory Board at the Global Policy Institute at Queen Mary, University of London, and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the University of Bologna. Previously, she was Director of International Economics Research at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) for over ten years. She is the founder and director of Essential Economics, an independent economic research service. She writes widely about global financial issues and her most recent book from Yale University Press is The Cost of Free Money (2020). 

Paola has long been an acute observer of these global summits and their consequences for global governance and global order. Let’s join Paola in the virtual studio to discuss these recent or pending summits.

Hosted by Alan Alexandroff

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