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Ian Bremmer

Is Donald Trump A Danger To The World?

The Huffington Post | Charlotte Alfred | Posted 06.16.2016 | World

If Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican U.S. presidential nominee, is elected in November, what would that mean for the rest of the world? Trump's...

Independent Superpower

Young Professionals in Foreign Policy | Posted 08.27.2016 | World
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy

The U.S. has tried to act as the world's policeman while ignoring the mounting costs, our increasing divergence from allies, the growing ability of regional powers to resist our influence, and the increasing decay of our political institutions at home.

Considering the Future of U.S. Foreign Policy

Taylor Dibbert | Posted 07.02.2016 | Books
Taylor Dibbert

Superpower by Ian Bremmer is a succinct book which considers the future of American foreign policy. But what path should the world's only superpower choose? And why does this matter?

Wake Up, America: Not Even the Sole Superpower Can Always Get What it Wants in Today's World

Ian Bremmer | Posted 06.10.2016 | World
Ian Bremmer

For the past 25 years, we've acted as if we were becoming stronger in the world. We're not, and our foreign policy should reflect that.

A Look Back at Asia in 2014

Tom Nagorski | Posted 02.14.2015 | World
Tom Nagorski

We still have some time left in 2014, and while I work on a "list" for 2015, now it's time to take a deep breath, review last year's predictions and see how I did.

Blowup in the East China Sea?

Nathan Gardels | Posted 03.29.2014 | World
Nathan Gardels

2014-01-27-SHIPSSOUTHCHINASEA_original.jpg The WorldPost asked political leaders as well as top strategists and analysts from around the Asia-Pacific region -- Japan, South Korea, Australia and China as well as the US -- to address the sharpening tensions between Japan and China.

Ian Bremmer: Advice for Obama on Syria & Iran

Monica Gray | Posted 11.11.2013 | Politics
Monica Gray

What should President Obama do about Syria? What are the global implications of gridlock in Washington? Why are our world leaders failing to lead and who can hold them accountable? These are a few of the issues addressed here by Dr. Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group.

Jillian Berman

Youth Unemployment Is The Next Global Crisis | Jillian Berman | Posted 10.03.2013 | Business

NEW YORK -- The next global financial crisis has already started, in the form of nearly 75 million unemployed young people around the world. If t...

Joseph Stiglitz and Ian Bremmer: What Do We Need For An Economic Recovery

92nd Street Y | Posted 12.26.2012 | Business
92nd Street Y

Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz and Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer talked at 92Y on October 3, 2012. In this clip, they answer a q...

Looking Beyond a G-Zero World

Alexandre Kateb | Posted 08.27.2012 | World
Alexandre Kateb

The "G-zero world" is a sober account of the current leaderless world, but it barely carries any heuristic or normative value to help us define what will come next.

In A G-Zero World, It's Every Nation For Itself

Devin Stewart | Posted 05.09.2012 | Books
Devin Stewart

"This book is not about the decline of the West," political scientist Ian Bremmer assures us in the introduction of his new book. "Nor is this a book about the rise of China and other emerging markets." Well, that's a relief.

Another Twist in the Russian Spy Story

Steve Clemons | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Steve Clemons

I met alleged Russian spy Mikhail Semenko at a meeting I chaired with global strategic risk guru Ian Bremmer who was speaking about his best-selling new book on the emergence of "state capitalism."

Have We Really Come To 'The End Of The Free Market'?

Ian Bremmer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Ian Bremmer

When you write a book called The End of the Free Market, you can be pretty sure what the first question is going to be: "Do you really believe we're seeing the end of the free market? Really?"

The End of the Free Market as We Know It?

Devin Stewart | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Devin Stewart

While the phrase "The End of the Free Market" may capture public anxiety in America today, Bremmer should have called his book "The End of State Capitalism"—he bets that free markets will win the "war" with statists.