GZERO World Podcast

Colombian President Iván Duque will not be intimidated. Not by armed rebels within his own country or an antagonistic Venezuelan regime to his east. But in today's interview Ian Bremmer asks: At what point does military action become the only option?

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in the fight of his political life and things just got even messier. In an interview with Ian Bremmer he makes his case for why Canadians should look past recent scandals and vote him in for another term.

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Montana's governor is running for president, but most people don't know that. Despite being popular in his home state — one that Trump won handily in 2016 — Governor Steve Bullock is struggling to gain ground in a polarized Democratic Party. Ian Bremmer sits down with Bullock to understand why.

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Turkey's relationship with Russia is causing grave concern for other NATO members. Ian Bremmer looks at the future of the alliance and talks to its former Supreme Allied Commander, Admiral James Stavridis.

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New technologies pose big challenges to our privacy, our jobs, even our democracies. Microsoft president Brad Smith, author with Carol Anne Brown of the new book Tools and Weapons, discusses what can be done.

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In an age of AI-powered surveillance and advanced facial recognition technology, what does it mean to be hidden? To disappear from those who are watching? Spy craft depends on it. But how can you conceal your identity in today's digital world? Jonna Mendez, the CIA's former Chief of Disguise, explains how she did it.

"Trade wars are for losers." It's something we've heard from Republicans and Democrats, alike. But as US-China trade tensions spiral from bad to worse, what is really at stake for both countries? Ian Bremmer sits down with three China experts to find out.

Political instability is rattling countries across Latin America, pushing millions of migrants to head north in search of a better future. Ian Bremmer examines that dynamic and interviews Moises Naím, a syndicated Venezuelan columnist who used to run Foreign Policy magazine.