Whose nuclear deal is it anyways?
In Financial Times "The A-List", Ian Bremmer analyzes the optimism and skeptism towards the Iran nuclear program deal.
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China's limited influence
Writing for the New York Times, Ian Bremmer discusses limitations on China's ability to influence other countries' policymaking despite its economic power. Read the article
Weakened Argentine President will leave economic adjustments to the successor
Writing for Folha de Sao Paulo, Christopher Garman and Daniel Kerner analyze the impact of the upcoming Argentine parliamentary elections on the political strategy of President Cristina Kirchner. Read the article
There's too much at stake to stall
Joao Augusto de Castro Neves discusses how the Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff's decision to postpone her trip to the US will impact bilateral relations. Read the article
China's real problem with Bo Xilai's legacy
In Reuters Opinion, David Gordon and Nicholas Consonery argue that Bo Xilai set the stage for potentially more popular and elite dissent that will likely haunt China's new leadership. Read the artilce
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
Top Risks of 2013
This report identifies the key geopolitical areas to watch for global investors, business leaders, and market participants. The major risks to watch this year include emerging markets, China vs. information, the Arab Summer, Washington politics, the JIBs (Japan, Israel, Britain), Europe and Asia geopolitics. Read the report