Aug 8, 2022
Gerard DiPippo is a senior fellow with the economics program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Previously, he spent 11 years in the US intelligence community as a deputy national intelligence officer for economic issues at the National Intelligence Council and as a senior economic analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency. Gerard joins Macro Musings to talk about the Russia Sanctions, the global monetary system, demographics, and other economic issues viewed through the lens of national security. He and David also discuss the lessons from the Russia sanctions, dollar dominance as a disciplinary tool, the implications of global population decline, why economic security means national security, and more.
Transcript for the episode can be found here.
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*Strangling the Bear? The Sanctions on Russia After Four Months* by Gerard DiPippo
*Deterrence First: Applying Lessons From Sanctions on Russia to China* by Gerard DiPippo
*Global Population Growth Hits Lowest Rate Since 1950* by Valentina Romei and Alan Smith