Connections Episode 47
From COP27 to The World Cup
Mouin Rabbani Interviews Laleh Khalili
On Monday, 12 December Jadaliyya co-editor Mouin Rabbani spoke with Laleh Khalili about the recent COP27 environmental summit, World Cup controversies, and the murky world of consulting. This episode of Connections will focus on the globalization of environmental degradation, labor, and repression.
Connections offers timely and informative interviews on current events and broader policy questions, as well as themes relevant to knowledge production. It combines journalism, analysis, and scholarship.
Laleh Khalili is a professor of international politics at Queen Mary University of London. Her most recent book is Sinews of War and Trade: Shipping and Capitalism in the Arabian Peninsula (Verso 2020). She is currently working on a project on the everyday entanglements of hydrocarbons in our lives.
Mouin Rabbani has published and commented widely on Palestinian affairs, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the contemporary Middle East. He was previously Senior Analyst Middle East and Special Advisor on Israel-Palestine with the International Crisis Group, and head of political affairs with the Office of the United Nations Special Envoy for Syria. He is Co-Editor of Jadaliyya Ezine.
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