As the world grapples with fallout from the Ukraine conflict, an economic slowdown and global food crisis, foreign ministers from G20 nations are meeting in Bali, Indonesia.
It’s a mixed group – those in support of sanctions against Russia, and those opposed – but all wrestling with the consequences of the conflict. CGTN’s Silkina Ahluwalia has more in a report from Bali.
- Thomas Suoneto is a foreign policy analyst and host of the “Foreign Policy Talks” podcast.
- John Gong is an economics professor at the University of International Business and Economics.
- Jeff Moon served as Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for China Affairs and currently heads China Moon Strategies, a DC-based consulting firm.
- Viktor Olevich is a lead analyst at the Center for Actual Politics, a Moscow-based policy center.
Lavrov leaves G20 talks early after denying Russia is causing food crisis https://t.co/gU8yR5Y2aX
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#G20 host Indonesia urged foreign ministers to help end the war in Ukraine, as Russia's top diplomat accused the West of scuppering a chance to tackle global economic issues with ‘frenzied’ criticism of the conflict https://t.co/QkSr2NGqOm pic.twitter.com/Fpg5Q9qbk6
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