An ExplainTrade E-Learning Course Duration: 30 Minutes Completion Certificate: Yes
How do trade negotiations work in practice, and what are the implications of Covid-19 on getting them done?
Learn: - What a trade negotiation seeks to accomplish
- The role in a negotiation of:
- How a crisis like Covid-19 impacts their ability to deliver outcomes
- Optional: Additional mini-lecture on how Covid-19 impacts EU-UK FTA negotiations and the transition period
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"Very insightful short course. Clear and concise explanations of negotiating trade through a crisis. Thanks!"
"Thank you very much for this interesting e-learning course. The videos provided a basic and clear understanding of the actors involved in the negotiation-process of trade agreements."
"Pithy, accessible and good value - a short review of trade negotiations in the current context."
"Very clear, concise, digestable information."
Director, ExplainTrade Visiting Professor, University of Strathclyde
Dmitry is the lead trainer of ExplainTrade and Visiting Professor at the University of Strathclyde’s School of Law.
He is a negotiations and trade policy expert specialising in accessibly communicating these complex worlds in a way that's relevant to businesses, officials and the general public.
Prior to launching ExplainTrade, Dmitry served as an Australian diplomat and trade negotiator at the World Trade Organisation and beyond. He has negotiated complex agreements in Geneva, at WTO and UN Ministerial Conferences in Kenya, and as part of the MH17 Task-force in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Dmitry lives in Geneva, Switzerland. He holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Melbourne and a Masters of Diplomacy and Trade from the Graduate School of Business at Monash University.