This panel discussion explores the current changes in global politics through the lens of the Biden Putin summit. Despite the wide range of disagreement on many issues between Russia and the US, where is international cooperation possible? What can be done – and by whom – to advance joint interests on collective security and climate change? And is there a specific role to play for International Geneva within an ever more polycentric landscape of global governance?
Panel discussion with:
John Erath, Senior Policy Director, Center for Arms Control and Non- Proliferation; Executive-in-residence, Global Fellowship Initiative, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
Stephanie Hofmann, Professor, International Relations/Political Science Department, the Graduate Institute, Geneva
Kazushige Kobayashi, Postdoctoral Researcher, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding, the Graduate Institute, Geneva
Paul Vallet, Lecturer and Researcher in European, American and Russian History, Associate Fellow, Global Fellowship Initiative, Geneva Centre for Security Policy
This online panel discussion will be moderated by Achim Wennmann, Senior Researcher and Advisor to the Director for Strategic Development and Partnerships at the Graduate Institute, and is organised in partnership with the Geneva Centre for Security Policy.