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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Two Videos: Energy Security and the Milken-Roubini Debate

As I travel, here's an automatic post of video from two of the lunchtime sessions at the Milken Global Conference. First, the panel on "Geopolitics, Global Demand and the Quest for Energy Security":

Panel: Geopolitics, Global Demand and the Quest for Energy Security
  • Aris Candris, President and CEO, Westinghouse Electric Company
  • Wesley Clark, Army General (ret.) and former Supreme Allied Commander, NATO; Chairman, Rodman & Renshaw
  • Anne Korin, Co-Director, Institute for the Analysis of Global Security; Chair, Set America Free Coalition
  • Jay Pryor, Vice President, Corporate Business Development, Chevron
  • R. James Woolsey, Venture Partner, VantagePoint Venture Partners; Of Counsel, Goodwin Procter LLP; former Director, Central Intelligence Agency

Moderator: Brian Sullivan, Anchor, Fox Business Network

Second, here is video showing a debate between Michael Milken and Nouriel Roubini. I think Paul Kedrosky sums it up well:

There was some good stuff in the lunch discussion between Nouriel Roubini and Mike Milken at the Milken conference today. Note: It's long, and some segments are less interesting than others. Then again, there is the bit where Mike suggests the solution to the U.S's deficits & entitlements problem is in obesity -- the biological kind.

Here's the video from the session "Nouriel Roubini and Mike Milken Debate Where We've Been – Where We're Going":

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Panel: Nouriel Roubini and Mike Milken Debate Where We've Been – Where We're Going

  • Michael Milken, Chairman, Milken Institute
  • Nouriel Roubini, Professor of Economics and International Business, Stern School of Business, New York University

Moderator: Matthew Winkler, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg News

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