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Putin would rather die than admit defeat in Ukraine, says former Croatian president

Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović knows a thing or two about Vladimir Putin, who she met multiple times when she was Croatia's president. So, how does she see the future of Russia's war in Ukraine?

It's not looking good.

In a Global Stage livestream conversation held at United Nations headquarters, Grabar-Kitarović says that Putin is unlikely to back down from a "special military operation" driven by what the Russian leader sees as Western humiliation during the Cold War.

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Live from the UN: Rescuing a world in crisis

Live from the UN General Assembly: Rescuing a World in Crisis

Wednesday, September 21, 2022
11 AM ET / 8 AM PT / 5 PM CEST
https://www.gzeromedia.com/globalstage

WATCH LIVE TODAY: The UN General Assembly is meeting at a time of financial and geopolitical crises, and while the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) need to get back on track. How will the world advance these global goals amid converging, compounding challenges of climate change, growing inequality, recessionary pressures, and an ongoing global pandemic?

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Watch live on Sept 15: transforming education

Live from the UN General Assembly: Transforming Education

Thursday, September 15, 2022
11 AM ET / 8 AM PT / 5 PM CEST
https://www.gzeromedia.com/globalstage

Click through to WATCH today's livestream: During the pandemic, millions of children lost access to education. How can we leverage digital platforms to deliver better access to quality education, and ensure that those who put school on hold during the crisis are not left behind?

As the 77th session of the UN General Assembly gets underway, GZERO Media will host a Global Stage livestream, in partnership with Microsoft, to discuss “Transforming Education on Thursday, September 15, at 8 am PDT / 11 am EDT.

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We’ve Reached Peak Global Food Inflation, Says IFPRI Expert David Laborde | GZERO Media

We've reached peak global food inflation, says IFPRI expert

Global food prices have been going through the roof over the past few months — but there's some good news on the horizon.

Weather permitting, the prices of key commodities like wheat are now almost back to their levels before Russia invaded Ukraine, David Laborde, a senior fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, said during a livestream discussion on the global food crisis hosted by GZERO Media in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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If We Don't Act Now to Help Smallholder Farmers, Developing World Risks Food Scarcity | GZERO Media

If we don't act fast to help smallholder farmers, developing world might soon run low on food

Ertharin Cousin, former head of the UN's World Food Programme, doesn't like when people talk about the handoff between humanitarian response and development response.

Why? Because that imperils those caught in between the two, such as smallholder farmers who barely survived the pandemic and are now struggling with the global food price crisis, she explained in a livestream discussion, "Hunger Pains: The growing global food crisis," presented by GZERO Media in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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What's causing the global food crisis? Watch our live townhall discussion

WATCH: In partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, GZERO Media presents “Hunger Pains,” a livestream event focused on the growing global food crisis, which could push more than a billion people towards starvation. Food supply chains, already disrupted by the COVID pandemic, are now further roiled by the ongoing war in Ukraine. Droughts and floods tied to climate change are impacting harvests globally and prices continue to rise, driving those most in need further into poverty.

Our experts will discuss the scope of the growing crisis, examine immediate needs and policy priorities, and review solutions that could help future-proof food supplies.

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GZERO streams live from Davos

As industry and government leaders gather in person for the 2022 World Economic Forum, GZERO Media is hosting a special livestream to discuss “Crisis in a digital world” at 5 pm CEST/11 am EDT.

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Live from Davos: Crisis in a digital world

As industry and government leaders gather in person for the 2022 World Economic Forum, GZERO Media is hosting a special livestream to discuss “Crisis in a digital world” on Monday, May 23, at 5pm CEST/11am EDT.

Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media; Elizabeth Cousens, President and CEO of the United Nations Foundation; Brad Smith, President and Vice Chair of Microsoft; Helle Thorning-Schmidt, former Prime Minister of Denmark; and moderator Nicholas Thompson, CEO of The Atlantic and former editor-in-chief of WIRED, will be joined by global leaders at a time of crisis. What role and responsibility does the tech industry have as cyber threats continue to grow globally, and how could the hybrid war in Ukraine change the geopolitical landscape?

The livestream will ask these questions, and more, as part of GZERO’s overall coverage of the WEF, and is the latest in the Webby-nominated Global Stage series, a partnership between GZERO and Microsoft that examines critical issues at the intersection of technology, politics, and society.

Watch live on Monday, May 23 at gzeromedia.com/globalstage/

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