New Shores Episode Five: Toward a New Model for Global Trade

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In the weeks following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, there was a flurry of articles, commentaries and videos predicting that the event signaled the end of globalization. Part of this prediction was based on policymakers and business leaders seeing the risks of global supply chains in countries with dissimilar political, economic and human rights alignments. What does the push to onshore and friend shore clean energy supply chains mean for global trade? How can trade be used as a tool to address climate change? 

Allegra Dawes hosts this episode with Ambassador Jayme White, the Deputy United States Trade Representative; Peter Rashish, the Vice President and Director of the Geoeconomics program at the American German Institute; and Colin Grabow, a research fellow with the Herbert A. Stiefel Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute; David Victor, a professor of innovation and public policy at UC San Diego; and special thanks to Emily Benson, the Director of the Project on Trade and Technology at CSIS.

 

Listen to episodes 1, 2, 3, 4

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Allegra Dawes
Associate Fellow, Energy Security and Climate Change Program
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Jayme White

Jayme White

Deputy United States Trade Representative
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Peter Rashish

Peter Rashish

Vice President and Director, Geoeconomics Program, American-German Institute at Johns Hopkins University
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Colin Grabow

Colin Grabow

Research Fellow, Cato Institute
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David Victor

David Victor

Professor of Innovation and Public Policy, UC San Diego
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Emily Benson
Director, Project on Trade and Technology and Senior Fellow, Scholl Chair in International Business