The United States and its allies have imposed so many sanctions over the last 40 years that they are forcing adversaries to look for ways to avoid the dollar. Now, we’re nearing a tipping point in a global bid to de-dollarize. The possible overuse of sanctions risks making the dollar less influential as China’s economy grows, Saudi Arabia gains economic and political clout, and as other nations assess whether they want to be part of the dollar club.
Authors Saleha Mohsin and Jacqueline Adams will discuss what the prospect of a less influential dollar could mean for the current world order and geopolitics. Audience Q and A will follow the discussion.
Participants must register by NOON on March 17th to receive details on joining the discussion. The Zoom link will be sent out 24 hours before the event.
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Senior Washington Correspondent for Bloomberg News
Co-author of "A Blessing: Women of Color Teaming Up to Lead, Empower and Thrive"
Ms. Adams serves on the boards of the Harvard Business School Club of New York and the National Committee on American Foreign Policy.