John Baird joins Eurasia Group as Senior Advisor
Eurasia Group is proud to welcome former Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird as a senior advisor to the firm. Read the press release
Evan Medeiros joins Eurasia Group as Managing Director, Asia
Dr. Evan S. Medeiros, former special assistant to the president and senior director for Asian Affairs at the White House's National Security Council, has joined Eurasia Group as managing director and practice head for Asia.
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What is the best way for the U.S. to counter Russia's natural gas threats?
In Quartz, Riccardo Fabiani writes that Netanyahu's surprise victory in Israel's elections won't guarantee him an easy ride in government. Read the article
Nowhere to Hide
Ian Bremmer writes the cover article of Institutional Investor, discussing the four major geopolitical challenges investors must face -- in Asia, Europe, the Mideast and the US. Read the article
To be an oil player, Brazil will need to implement reforms
Brazil's deteriorating economy will make the post-election landscape as challenging for the next president as the election has been electrifying for the current candidates, writes Joao Augusto de Castro Neves in the New York Times. Read the article
Superpower: Three Choices for America's Role in the World
America remains the world's only superpower. But what sort of superpower will it be? Ian Bremmer's new book explores three choices, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. Available now. Buy the book
Eurasia Group, Nikko Partner on Emerging Markets Investing
Eurasia Group and Nikko Asset Management are partnering to bring together Eurasia Group's proprietary geopolitical risk indicators within Nikko's multi-asset investment management process. Read the white paper
Top Risks of 2015
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 the politics of Europe, Russia, the weaponization of finance and strategic sectors. Read the report
Top Risks of 2015 in Japanese
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