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This Is Not The End of Globalization As We Know It With Harry Broadman, Chair, Emerging Markets and Partner, Berkeley Research Group

Harry Broadman, an economist who has been working on international economics, trade and sanctions issues for more than 40 years, preceding his roles as Chief of Staff for the President’s Council of Economic Advisors and U.S. Assistant Trade Representative for the Executive Office of the President in the early 1990’s, joins host Richard Levick of LEVICK. He provides unique insights into what Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means for globalization, the world economy and trade as well as it’s unique economic impact on Germany, a key NATO ally; India and on China’s economic and political thinking. Listen here