Intelligence Squared Debates: "Russia is a Marginal Power"
Between Syria, Snowden, Iran, and now Ukraine, the question of Russia's true geopolitical power is both important and unanswered. In this debate, Ian Bremmer, the founder and president of Eurasia Group, and Edward Lucas, a senior editor of The Economist, will argue that Russia is a marginal power. Ambassador Robert D. Blackwill, the former Deputy National Security Advisor under President George W. Bush, and Peter Hitchens, a columnist for Mail on Sunday and the former Moscow correspondent for Daily Express, argue that Russia is still a global force to be reckoned with. Watch the live stream Wednesday, March 12th at 6:45pm EST
Canada Could Be Loser in Euro Gas Dispute
Speaking with BNN "Commodities", Leslie Palti-Guzman discusses gas implications of the Ukraine/Russia crisis for Europe, the approval process of US LNG, and the link to Canadian LNG. Watch the interview
China Terror Crackdown a 'Tough Balance'
Nicholas Consonery discusses the terrorist knife attack in China and President Xi Jinping's tightening security on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." Watch the interview
Russia's Energy Threat
On CNNi "World Business Today", Emily Stromquist discusses the gas implications of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Watch the interview
Why the threat of economic sanctions doesn't scare Russia
On CNBC "Evening News", Willis Sparks explains why the threat of economic sanctions has not kept Russia from taking a tighter hold on Ukraine Crimean Peninsula. Watch the interview
Top Risks of 2014
This report identifies the key geopolitical areas to keep an eye on for global investors, business leaders, and market participants. The major risks to watch this year include America's troubled alliances, diverging markets, the new China, petrostates and strategic data. Read the report
Ian Bremmer: 5 Stats that Explained the World This Week
Ian Bremmer shares five weekly data points that provide a glimpse into global trends, political dangers and international dynamics. Read the article
China: Superpower or Super Bust?
China is the major economy least likely to develop along a predictable path. For the National Interest, Ian Bremmer writes on the US-China relationship and China's highly uncertain - and highly impactful future. Read the article
Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World
Now available in paperback, Ian Bremmer's book illustrates a historic shift in the international system and the world economy and an unprecedented moment of global uncertainty. The G-Zero, a leaderless world of every nation for itself, will undermine our ability to keep the peace, expand opportunity, and feed growing populations. Visit the website