The disruption of supply chains, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and other compounding international factors have culminated in a high-inflation environment affecting not only major economies but emerging markets and developing countries around the world. In Latin America, the Middle East, and North Africa this threat is exacerbating already-tightened global financial conditions, inducing contracted outputs, food shortages, food price increases, debt distress, and more. What effect will this have on global trade and cooperation? On social unrest? And what actions and policy measures are in (and out) of the international community’s control?
Network 20/20’s Foreign Affairs Discussion Group offers our audience members, both domestic and international, a chance to speak with each other directly and outside of the set topic of a Virtual Briefing.
Join us on Tuesday, September 13th, from 12:00 to 1:15 PM EDT, for a discussion on Developing Countries and the Global Inflation Crisis. The event will consist of a brief introduction to the topic by a guest host, followed by a 45-minute breakout group period where participants can engage in free conversation. At the end of the session, participants will return to the full group to share several insights from their conversations. This Discussion Group will follow the Chatham House Rules.
To register for this session, please fill out the form below. Please note that to maintain an intimate discussion, we will limit the group to 30 participants. Once you have secured an open slot, you will receive a confirmation email. Several days prior to the session, you will receive an email with a compilation of suggested reading/viewing materials and a list of participants.
If you have any questions about the Foreign Affairs Discussion Group, please refer to our website, or email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you at our first session!