Ivo Daalder

Chicago Council on Global Affairs

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A former US ambassador to NATO (2009-2013), Ivo Daalder is President of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

He is also co-author with James Lindsay of “The Empty Throne: America's Abdication of Global Leadership."

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