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New Thinking for a New World – a Tällberg Foundation Podcast

Aiming to provoke people to think — and therefore act — differently about the issues that are shaping our future, the Tällberg Foundation is sharing insights from distinguished leaders from different sectors and geographies as we explore the most pressing issues that are challenging and changing our societies.
 
 

Oct 22, 2020

The competition between China and the United States is the defining geopolitical reality of the 21st century. The evolution of its new Great Game will determine whether our collective future will be one of prosperity or disaster.
 
In this episode of New Thinking for a New World, Alan Stoga talks to Kishore Mahbubani,...


Oct 15, 2020

The United Nations turned 75 this year—but the pandemic overwhelmed its birthday party. The UN, built in a different world, has succeeded in its core mission: preventing World War III. But is the UN, as it is now constructed, relevant to the problems of the 21st century?

In this episode Alan Stoga talks to Jan...


Oct 7, 2020

Do you think we live in a world that is increasingly dangerous, full of not just Great Power competitors, but potential enemies? A world of winners and losers, where conflict and even war are possible?  

Such a world is described by General H.R. McMaster, a highly decorated U.S. military officer, former national...


Oct 1, 2020

Like a great magician, the pandemic has drawn our attention away from things that are hiding in plain sight. One of those has been the plight of millions of refugees and migrants who are in refugee camps or trying to escape from war, violence, poverty or other scourges.

In this episode, Myrto Xanthopoulou a consultant...


Sep 24, 2020

The world's a mess.  The great powers today, the Chinese and the Americans, seem to disagree on most things. The UK has left the EU and the Europeans are split North against South, East against West. China's pushing its neighbors. Russia's pecking at Europe's borders. Although each of those has its own story, is there...