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World Review: Brexit, Vaccine Nationalism, Biden NatSec Team

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Council President Ivo Daalder discusses emerging global stories with Peter Spiegel of the Financial Times, Carla Anne Robbins of the Council on Foreign Relations, and James Harding of Tortoise Media.
Speakers
James Harding
Carla Anne Robbins
Peter Spiegel
Ivo H. Daalder
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About this event

This week on "World Review," Tortoise Media's James Harding, The Council on Foreign Relations' Carla Anne Robbins, and the Financial Times' Peter Spiegel join Council President Ivo Daalder to discuss ongoing Brexit trade negotiations and whether there's hope for a deal, the newest COVID-19 surge and the spread of vaccine nationalism, and what to expect from Biden’s national security team.

About the Speakers
Editor and Cofounder, Tortoise Media
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Before James Harding was at Tortoise Media, he was the director of news and current affairs at the BBC.
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Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
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Prior to her work at the Council on Foreign Relations, Carla Anne Robbins was the deputy editorial page editor of The New York Times.
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US Managing Editor, Financial Times
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Peter Spiegel is currently the US managing editor of the Financial Times. Prior to that, he worked at the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal.
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President, Chicago Council on Global Affairs
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Ivo H. Daalder served as the US ambassador to NATO from 2009 to 2013 prior to becoming president of the Council. Previously, he was a senior fellow in foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution and served as director for European affairs on President Bill Clinton’s National Security Council. He is the author or editor of ten books.
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