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Greece's PM on NATO, Navalny, and the wake-up call to Europe

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis discusses NATO spending, the threat of AI, and Greece’s new gay marriage law with Ian Bremmer on GZERO World.

Greece's PM on NATO, Navalny, and the wake-up call to Europe
Greece's PM on NATO, Navalny, and the wake-up call to Europe | GZERO World
Can Ukraine win the war?
Can Ukraine win the war? | GZERO World with Ian Bremmer
GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

Can Ukraine win the war?

Ian Bremmer and Deputy Secretary General of NATO Mirceǎ Geoana discuss the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Alexei Navalny, and the future of the NATO alliance.

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Two years of war in Ukraine: Power players at the Munich Security Conference weigh in

Listen: It’s been two years since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. While Ukrainians remain steadfast in their fight, political battles and crisis fatigue in the US and EU make a victory much more elusive. Does Ukraine have any chance of winning in this environment? On the GZERO World Podcast, Ian Bremmer sits down with NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoanǎ and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.


Listen: It’s been two years since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine. While Ukrainians remain steadfast in their fight, political battles and crisis fatigue in the US and EU make a victory much more elusive. How long can Western allies remain united in their support for Kyiv? Does Ukraine have any chance of winning in this environment? On the GZERO World Podcast, Ian Bremmer sits with NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoanǎ for a hard look at progress on the battlefield and Ukraine’s future in NATO, just as news broke of the death of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny. Later, Ian talks with another power player at the conference and on the continent, Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, about European security, the threat of AI-generated misinformation, and Greece's landmark LGBTQ+ rights law.


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Russia’s last independent pollster tells me how Putin does it

How does Vladimir Putin manage to keep this up? For all the destruction he’s visited on Ukraine, his invasion has also inflicted so much damage on Russia ... And yet, there’s hardly been a peep from Russian society. GZERO's Alex Kliment takes a look in his weekly column.

2024 is the ‘Voldemort’ of election years, says Ian Bremmer
Digital Governance

2024 is the ‘Voldemort’ of election years, says Ian Bremmer

2024 is the ‘Voldemort’ of election years, says Ian Bremmer during a Global Stage panel at the Munich Security Conference.

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Ukraine on the path to joining NATO, says deputy Mircea Geoanǎ
Ukraine on the path to joining NATO, says deputy Mircea Geoanǎ | GZERO World
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Ukraine on the path to joining NATO, says deputy Mircea Geoanǎ

NATO Deputy Chief Mircea Geoanǎ predicts a long war in Ukraine but says Western allies need to stay united to prevent future security challenges from Russia, Iran, and North Korea.

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You vs. the News: GZERO's Weekly News Quiz

Think you know what's going on around the world? Here's your chance to prove it.


WHAT.

GZERO Media is a company dedicated to providing the public with intelligent and engaging coverage of global affairs. It was created in 2017 as a subsidiary of Eurasia Group, the world's leading political risk analysis firm.

WHY.

Interest in global affairs is soaring these days, and yet traditional sources of insight are either too politicized, too polarizing, or too boring.


We believe there's a better way to help people understand the forces that are reshaping their world. By delivering deep insight with a light touch. By taking a global view. By pushing beyond predictable opinions and formats to inform, engage, challenge, and entertain.

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Our approach is at once journalistic, analytical, and creative. We not only explain the most important stories in the world today — we tease out the critical connections between them, so you can be smart about what comes next.

Whether you get the daily dish on global affairs from our GZERO Daily newsletter, see global leaders in a different light onGZERO World with Ian Bremmer, or get your fix of laughter and outrage from our political satire show PUPPET REGIME, we hope that you come away with a broader and deeper understanding of the world.

WHAT'S BEHIND OUR NAME?

For decades, a small number of leading countries regularly came together – in formats like the Group of Seven (G7) or the wider Group of 20 (G20) – to seek collective solutions to the world's most pressing challenges. What's more, the United States used its power, for better or worse, as a kind of "G1" to underwrite global norms of global commerce, finance, and security.

Today, that order is slipping away. No single power or group of powers is willing or able to set a global agenda. It's a world of many pretenders, but no leaders. Welcome to the GZERO.

Ian Bremmer, President and Founder of GZERO Media

Ian Bremmer

Ian Bremmer is President and Founder of GZERO Media. He hosts the weekly digital and broadcast show, GZERO World with Ian Bremmer, where he explains the key global stories of the moment, sits down for an in-depth conversation with the newsmakers and thought leaders shaping our world, and takes your questions.

Ian is also the President and Founder of GZERO Media's parent company, Eurasia Group, the leading global political risk research and consulting firm. Ian is a New York Times bestselling author of eleven books including "Us vs Them: The Failure of Globalism," "Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World," "The End of the Free Market: Who Wins the War Between States and Corporations?" and "Superpower: Three Choices for America's Role in the World." His latest book, "The Power of Crisis," draws lessons from global challenges of the past 100 years—including the pandemic—to show how we can respond to three great crises unfolding over the next decade.

Ian earned a master's degree and a doctorate in political science from Stanford University, where he went on to become the youngest-ever national fellow at the Hoover Institution. Although he might not admit it, Ian's secretly jealous of his puppet's interviews with the world's most powerful leaders.

Evan Solomon

Evan Solomon is the publisher of GZERO Media and a member of Eurasia Group’s Management Committee. He is excited to grow the GZERO brand with engaging new offerings and partnerships that help viewers around the globe better understand the rapidly changing world in which they live.

Evan has been one of Canada’s preeminent journalists for more than 25 years. Prior to joining GZERO, he was the host of CTV’s nightly political program "Power Play" and of Canada’s most-watched political TV show, the Sunday morning "Question Period." He also hosted "The Evan Solomon Show," a daily iHeartRadio/Bell Media radio program.

Evan has a long history of building brands and creating programs, starting as the co-founder of the pioneering Shift Magazine, an international digital culture magazine, and as the founder of the Sirius XM show and podcast "Everything is Political." He has also hosted the PBS series "Masters of Technology" and CBC shows such as "Power and Politics," "CBC News: Sunday," "The House," and "FutureWorld." Evan has reported on events from around the world, covering Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, and he has interviewed key political figures, from prime ministers and presidents to the Dalai Lama. Evan’s best-selling books include "Fueling the Future: How the Battle Over Energy is Changing Everything" and "Feeding the Future: From Fat to Famine, How to Solve the World’s Food Crisis.” He has also been a columnist for Macleans and The Globe and Mail.

Evan Solomon, Publisher, GZERO Media and member of Eurasia Group\u2019s Management Committee

Live premiere today at 12 pm ET: Can we use AI to protect elections?
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Live premiere today at 12 pm ET: Can we use AI to protect elections?

Today at 12 pm ET/9 am PT/6 pm CET, watch the live premiere of our Global Stage discussion at the Munich Security Conference, "Munich 2024: Protecting Elections in the Age of AI." 2024 is truly the “Year of Elections” with more than 75 nations heading to the polls. But an ongoing decline of trust in institutions plus an explosion of misinformation could create a dangerous environment. Our panel - Ian Bremmer, Fiona Hill, Kersti Kaljulaid, Eva Maydell, and Brad Smith - examines how AI can be used to shore up the integrity of the electoral process.

How to protect elections in the age of AI
Digital Governance

How to protect elections in the age of AI

GZERO Media, on the ground at the 2024 Munich Security Conference, held a Global Stage discussion on Feb. 17 entitled “Protecting Elections in the Age of AI.” We spoke with Brad Smith, vice chair and president of Microsoft; Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media; Fiona Hill, senior fellow for the Center on the United States and Europe at Brookings; Eva Maydell, an EU parliamentarian and a lead negotiator of the EU Chips Act and Artificial Intelligence Act; Kersti Kaljulaid, the former president of Estonia; with European correspondent Maria Tadeo moderating. These thought leaders and experts discussed the implications of the rapid rise of AI amid this historic election year.