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Episode 3: Has globalism been canceled?

Illustration of the Earth cut in half with a tollbooth barrier lowered


Listen: Globalism came with big promises—free trade, open borders, and a rising tide that would lift everyone's boat, including members of the working class. But decades into the experiment and months into the worst global crisis in a lifetime, nationalist populism is on the rise. In this critical moment, is there a way forward that continues the economic boom of globalism while more equitably distributing its benefits?

This episode of the Living Beyond Borders podcast features Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, along with Citi's Global Chief Economist Catherine Mann in a conversation about the future of globalism moderated by Meredith Sumpter.

Catherine Mann, Chief Global Economist at Citi

Catherine Mann

Global Chief Economist, Citi

Ian Bremmer,  President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media

Ian Bremmer

President, Eurasia Group and GZERO Media

Meredith Sumpter, Head of Research Strategy, Eurasia Group

Meredith Sumpter

Head of Research Strategy and Operations, Eurasia Group

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