G20 summit digested — Victor Orbán’s authoritarian journey
The annual gathering of G20 leaders in Bali, Indonesia was overshadowed by a lethal incident in Poland. A missile struck a village near the border with Ukraine, killing two individuals. The origin of the missile was initially unclear, but it surely prompted disaster conferences amongst leaders and fears of army escalation. In this week’s present, we analyze reactions in Europe and around the globe.
POLITICO’s Jan Cienski joins host Suzanne Lynch within the studio with the newest data on what occurred and the response from the Polish authorities and NATO. And from Lviv in Ukraine, Opinion Editor Jamie Dettmer dials in to inform us concerning the response from Kyiv and the influence the newest Russian assault on the nation’s vitality infrastructure has had. China Correspondent Stuart Lau joins us from Bali to speak via the fastidiously calibrated responses from G20 leaders. We additionally talk about the three-hour assembly between U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping on the annual diplomatic jamboree — solely the second overseas journey by the Chinese chief for the reason that COVID pandemic.
We additionally discuss to Zsuzsanna Szelényi, a former political colleague turned harsh critic of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. She charts Orbán’s journey from democratic hope to what she describes as rising authoritarianism.
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