Ravi Agrawal is the Editor in Chief of Foreign Policy magazine. Agrawal regularly interviews world leaders and policymakers on FP Live, his weekly video program and podcast, and is a regular commentator on CNN, MSNBC, the BBC, and NPR. Before joining FP in 2018, he had a long career as a TV journalist, including roles in London and New York as the senior producer of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS, and as the network’s New Delhi bureau chief and correspondent. He is the author of India Connected, a book the Wall Street Journal has named as among the top five books on the country. Exclusively represented by BrightSight Speakers bureau, Agrawal regularly speaks at events such as the World Economic Forum, the Munich Security Conference, and the IMF’s annual meetings. He is a graduate of Harvard University and lives in New York.
Navigating geopolitical risks
World politics has entered a dangerous phase. Between Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and an increasingly hostile U.S.-China relationship, countries and companies are confronted with the most complicated landscape in decades. How should corporate leaders think through supply chain decisions? What risks should C-suite executives keep in mind as they navigate various global markets, whether it’s energy, minerals, services, or technology? What opportunities are arising because of geopolitical tensions? Foreign Policy Editor in Chief Ravi Agrawal takes listeners on a tour of the globe, using data and statistics to shed light on the world in 2023 and beyond—and explain what it means for your work and life.