Editor-at-Large, TIME magazine
The global affairs columnist argues Trump, Brexit, and the refugee crisis have led to the worst geopolitical environment since World War II
Ian Bremmer is Editor-at-Large and global affairs columnist at TIME magazine, and the Founder and President of Eurasia Group, a leading political risk research/consulting firm, with offices in seven countries. In this in-depth interview he argues Trump, Brexit, refugee crises and Isis have resulted in the worst geopolitical environment since World War II; why experts need to take responsibility for failing to make the case during the Brexit and US election campaigns – including himself; and why despite analysing an increasing number of global crises… he is still an optimist.
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