Trilateral Commission | 2020 Meetings—Virtual Conversations

2020
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In light of the ongoing pandemic, the Trilateral Commission has postponed all in-person meetings until 2021. The Asia Pacific regional meeting will be held in April 2021, and the plenary meeting will be held in November 2021. 

In order to sustain what has been an ongoing dialogue since 1973, the Commission has been holding a series of Trilateral Commission Virtual Conversations, which are available to the public on the website.

JCIE serves as the secretariat for the Asia Pacific Region.

Watch the Conversations

A Conversation on the New Map of World Energy
October 21, 2020
With:
—Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman of IHS Markit, Pulitzer Prize Winner, and Author of The New Map
—Helima Croft, Head of Global Commodity Strategy and MENA Research, RBC Capital Markets

Foreign Policy Goals of the Trump Administration
October 5, 2020
Trilateral Commission David Rockefeller Fellows virtual meeting with:
—Morgan Ortagus, US State Department Spokesperson
—Michael Greenwald, Deputy Director of the Trilateral Commission North America and former US Treasury Attaché to Qatar and Kuwait

The Polls and 2020: What They Tell Us (And Don’t Tell Us) about the US Presidential Election
September 30, 2020
With:
—Kristen Soltis Anderson, Co-Founder, Echelon Insights
—Margie Omero, Principal at the Democratic polling firm GBAO

A Conversation with Dr. Anthony Fauci
August 12, 2020
With:
Juliette Kayyem and Anthony Fauci

American Diplomacy: Lessons From History
July 29, 2020
With:
–Robert Zoellick and Moises Naim

Race and Racism
June 22, 2020
With:
– Khalil Muhammad, Professor of History, Race, and Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School
– Margaret Huang, CEO and President of the Southern Poverty Law Center
– Mitch Landrieu, Founder, E Pluribus Unum, Former Mayor, City of New Orleans