#02.02 | Madeleine Albright – Global challenges
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United States Secretary of State

In this episode, Martin Daum welcomes via the internet Madame Secretary Madeleine Albright who was the first female United States Secretary of State during the Clinton administration from 1997 to 2001. Both discuss the challenges of global collaboration in times of a crisis like the current coronavirus pandemic.

Madeleine Albright was born in Prag, Czechoslovakia, and immigrated to the US with her family at the age of 11. Before she was appointed as Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton, she was a teacher at Georgetown University and U. S. Ambassador to the United Nations. After her term in office she founded a strategic consultant firm and wrote several books.

For this episode, Martin Daum and Madeleine Albright speak about the importance of global collaboration, why the public and private sectors have to work together in early stages and why Madame Secretary describes herself as a worried optimist.


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