July 13, 2017 | By Cécile Shea, Craig Kafura

Deep Dish: Head-to-Head of State

The G20 has concluded, presidents Trump and Putin finally met in person, and America’s allies are growing closer as the United States pulls away from the herd. This week on Deep Dish, Council fellows Phil Levy, Cécile Shea, and research associate Craig Kafura convene to discuss the G20’s present and future, as well as the united front US trading partners are taking against Trump’s proposed steel tariff. 

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