In January, Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin made their predictions for world affairs in 2021. In this special live recording of the World Review podcast, Jeremy and Emily review their predictions, and take live audience questions in a special extended “You Ask Us”.
This episode was recorded as part of the Cambridge Literary Festival in partnership with the New Statesman magazine.
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Emily writes that for US progressives, President Biden has both surprised and disappointed.
Jeremy argues it’s in China’s own interests to cut emissions faster.
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