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Interview with ECB's Christine Lagarde, behind Europe’s united economic COVID response

In an extended interview with GZERO World, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde joins Ian Bremmer to explain how European nations were able to overcome political divisions and act quickly to prevent an all-out economic catastrophe on the continent.

European Central Bank president: the dangers of “hubris” on the global stage

What most worries European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde about the future of the global economic recovery? "Hubris," she tells Ian Bremmer in a new GZERO World interview. Hubris on an individual and national scale.

Watch the episode: Christine Lagarde, Leading Europe's United Economic Pandemic Response

Will Brexit make Europe stronger?  European Central Bank's Christine Lagarde explains

If Brexit has shown the world anything, it is that deep-seated political dysfunction is by no means confined to the United States. But as Europe comes together to avert an economic catastrophe caused by COVID-19, will Brexit throw the entire continent back into chaos? European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde tells Ian Bremmer in a new GZERO World interview that she doesn't "see any trace" of that happening.

Watch the episode: Christine Lagarde, Leading Europe's United Economic Pandemic Response

How Europe mounted a united economic response to the pandemic

Ian Bremmer looks at how 27 nations in the European Union were able to put aside decades of inter-continental grievances and come together to aggressively and almost immediately respond to the economic toll wrought by the coronavirus. One person, in particular, played an outsize role in bringing about that unlikely outcome: Christine Lagarde.

Watch the episode: Christine Lagarde, Leading Europe's United Economic Pandemic Response

Will things in Europe get worse before they get better?

"The jury is out" European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde says when asked if things in Europe will get economically worse before they get better. "All I know is that it's going to be a journey, and probably a long journey." Her conversation with Ian Bremmer is part of a new GZERO World episode.

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