Nov 9, 2018
With us on this Episode of the Global Cable is Perry World House Distinguished Visiting Fellow and Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Dr. Elizabeth Sherwood Randall to discuss a range of issues, including Iran, Nuclear Proliferation and Climate Change with Professor William Burke-White, the Inaugural Director of Perry World House.
Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall served as the U.S. deputy secretary of energy from 2014 to 2017 and as special assistant to the President at the National Security Council where she was White House Coordinator for Defense Policy, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction and Arms Control from 2013-2014 and Senior Director for European Affairs from 2009-2013. Sherwood-Randall is currently a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and a distinguished professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology with a joint appointment at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and at the Strategic Energy Institute. Earlier in her career, Sherwood-Randall served as Chief Foreign Affairs and Defense Policy Advisor to Senator Joe Biden. She received her undergraduate degree from Harvard College and her doctorate at Oxford University, where she was among the early ranks of female Rhodes Scholars.
0:28 - Introduction
1:25 - The Iran Deal
06:55 - The Consequences of Abandoning the Deal
09:50 - North Korea's Nuclear Problem
16:00 - Climate Change & Energy Start-Ups
17:50 - The Development of New Technologies to Combat Climate Change
21:30 - The Dangers Facing the U.S. & The World
23:10 - Interesting Global Facts
24:15 - Getting Involved in Global Affairs
25:40 - Outro
Music and Produced by Tre Hester