In this week’s episode, host Suzanne Lynch in Brussels speaks with Karl Mathiesen, POLITICO’s senior local weather correspondent, on the COP27 local weather convention in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. And we speak about whether or not we’re getting into a brand new Chilly Warfare with historian and creator Professor Mary Sarotte.
Karl explains the targets of the continuing U.N. local weather international relations jamboree and the affect geopolitics is having on reaching world local weather goals. We additionally pay attention completely from Alok Sharma, the U.Okay.’s COP26 president, about his function in local weather coverage over time and what he sees as the largest threats to local weather growth.
Our particular visitor is Professor Mary Sarotte, whose newest e book “No longer One Inch: The usa, Russia, and the Making of Put up-Chilly Warfare Stalemate,” explores the geopolitical tensions between NATO, Russia and the US. The historian speaks with POLITICO’s Matthew Karnitschnig in Berlin the place she’s recently primarily based as a fellow on the American Academy in Berlin.