The Geopolitics of Romania with Radu Magdin
Happy Tuesday! We hope you are all having a great week.
We published our latest podcast yesterday. You can listen by clicking here, or you can read the transcript by clicking here. Our guest for the podcast was Radu Magdin, a former advisor to Romania’s Prime Minister among his many other impressive titles and jobs. We talked about Romania’s view of the world, especially how it sees China, the U.S., and Russia. How many podcasts do you listen to where the guest is recording in Transylvania? None, that’s how many. Give it a listen.
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Last but not least: as you have all no doubt experienced in your own lives, the pandemic has made business development pretty weird! We can’t wait till vaccines are plentiful and we can get back on the road to make new connections and share our perspectives with rooms full of people trying desperately to stay awake after lunch at a conference. In the meantime, we are relying mainly on word of mouth and personal connections to find new clients.
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