It has long been an important place for leaders to meet and exchange ideas. But this year, handshakes and personal greetings have been replaced by virtual speeches – the result of the coronavirus pandemic that hovers over most every issue. CGTN’s Juliet Mann has more.
Joining the discussion:
- Qinduo Xu is senior fellow, Pangoal Institution and host of CGTN’s Dialogue Weekend
- Nicolas Veron is senior fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics and Bruegel, a Brussels-based economic think tank
- Gregory Daco is chief U.S. economist, Oxford Economics
- Anit Mukherjee is policy fellow at the Center for Global Development
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'It’s like waking up in the middle of the night, seeing your house on fire, then deciding to wait 10, 20 or 30 years before you call the fire department.' – @GretaThunberg.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping calls on the world to “abandon ideological prejudice” and shun an outdated “Cold-War mentality” https://t.co/BXvQlPbPbm
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