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Carnegie Council Podcasts

Jul 13, 2022

In the midst of declining domestic approval ratings and skyrocketing inflation, President Biden heads to the Middle East to re-imagine U.S. regional relationships and counter China's and Russia's growing influence. 

NYU's SPS Center for Global Affairs Assistant Dean Carolyn Kissane returns to speak with Doorstep co-hosts Nick Gvosdev and Tatiana Serafin about the trade-offs Biden must make in energy, climate, and human rights discussions. How will Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and 'countries to watch' Israel and UAE affect U.S. policy in the short and long-term? Will this trip be a win or loss for Biden?

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