About This Episode
As the COP26 meetings in Glasgow continue, Nirmal Ghosh and Elise Labott join Council President Ivo Daalder to reflect on global commitments to slow climate change and whether they’re too little, too late. Then, they look at takeaways from the latest G-20 meetings and why the US and France have mended fences but Britain is still left out in the cold.
As President Biden heads to the UN Climate Change Conference, he will grapple with significant divides in domestic public opinion.
War in Tigray is escalating fast. “We have effective nonmilitary leverage and options in our toolbox and should use them,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
The Council surveyed US foreign policy experts to learn how AUKUS had such an effect on US-French relations. Dina Smeltz, Sibel Oktay, Paul Post, and Craig Kafura explain in War on the Rocks.