Through out the year, Global Horizons Talks convenes executives, policy-makers, thought leaders and experts to examine the most pressing issues through an engaging series of webinars and in-person exclusive roundtables. Global Horizons Talks

Through out the year, Global Horizons Talks convenes executives, policy-makers, thought leaders and experts to examine the most pressing issues through an engaging series of webinars and in-person exclusive roundtables.

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Energy prices in Europe are almost 40% higher today than one year ago, as Russia restricts gas supply in an already tight global market. The energy shock, in tandem with higher food prices, has stoked inflation to a level that has forced the ECB to begin raising interest rates. With recession risks rising, potentially millions of Europeans could find their jobs in jeopardy and their living standards collapsing. A complete cut in Russian gas supply would make the situation dire.

September 29, 2022

3pm-4pm UK (10am-11am ET)

Webcast

Video password: 2208midterms

During this webinar, our experts will discuss the mixed economic context within which President Joe Biden’s Democratic Party will campaign to protect its narrow majorities in the upcoming November midterm elections. Where are the elections are likely to be won and lost? What new majorities in the House and Senate could mean for policymaking and economic management in 2023?

August 30, 2022

4pm - 5pm UK (11am - 12pm ET)

Webcast

Rising food prices, caused partly by higher energy and fertiliser costs, were stoking food insecurity even before Russia's invasion of Ukraine. That geopolitical shock has pushed prices still higher, and it raises the spectre of physical shortages in the Middle East and North Africa, one of the major destinations for Russian and Ukrainian grain exports.

July 21, 2022

3pm - 4pm UK (10am - 11am EDT)

Webcast: Online

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