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Demarcation – The Global Economy, EU & US trade relations, Nunes memo, the Super Bowl… and more

Mark Blyth, political economist at Brown’s Watson Institute, and Carrie Nordlund, political scientist and associate director of Brown’s Master of Public Affairs program, share their take on the week’s news and discuss Trump’s State of the Union Speech, stock market volatility, the Nunes memo, German government coalition, the EU’s stance on non-Paris agreement trade partners, and the Super Bowl – should JT be the target of political fervor?

Recording from the Watson Institute podcast series, Trending Globally: Politics and Policy.

Trending Globally is a biweekly discussion bridging research, politics, and policy to address today’s critical global challenges. Hosted by the Watson Institute at Brown University.

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Comments (5)

  1. I wasn’t looking forward to living in the Soviet Union. Lol
    I love Mark Blyth

  2. No, Mark, we desperately want Trump to testify, specifically for the reason you stated.

  3. Why is this not trending?! This seems super important

  4. God, Carrie's voice is so perfect.

  5. I have a question for Mark Blyth. With 3.5 million baby boomers retiring a year. 2 million jobs hiring a year. 1 million immigrants coming in to the country a year. With the Trump administration scaring off the immigrants. Could a shrinking job force lead to inflation a few years down the road.

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