Tony Blinken participates in Chatham House virtual roundtable, “US Foreign Policy in a Post COVID-19 World”
“The coronavirus crisis has accentuated the need for US leadership and international cooperation to address the global health emergency and economic crisis. The pandemic comes at a time of profound uncertainty over America’s future role in the world, its commitments to transatlantic security, and its relationship with China.
“As we face the 2020 US Presidential elections, America’s European partners look ahead to the potential foreign policy priorities of the next US administration.
“In this conversation, Tony Blinken, US Deputy Secretary of State 2015 – 17, speaks with Sir Peter Westmacott, British Ambassador to the US 2012 – 16, about the impact of COVID-19 and the 2020 US presidential elections on America’s global role…”