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Europe's rising COVID cases require new action; tragedy in France

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:

What is happening with COVID in Europe? What really happened in France?

Thailand's monarchy, Nigeria protests, Bolivia's new president & COVID latest

Watch Ian Bremmer discuss the World In (more than) 60 Seconds:

With Thailand's anti-government movement growing, is the monarchy in danger? What is happening in Nigeria? Bolivia,elected a new president. Who is Luis Arce, and how will he leave the country? Final question, what is the global COVID update?


Barrett hearing reflects Supreme Court polarization; predicting US voter turnout

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, offers insights on the latest in US politics:

What has been most revealing to you about the Amy Coney Barrett hearing so far? Will we get a COVID stimulus bill before the election? What do you predict voter turnout will be in this election when all is said and done?

EU sanctions Lukashenko; Brexit deadline likely to be extended

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:

The EU has agreed to sanction Lukashenko. What now happens? What's the status of Brexit negotiations talk between the EU and the UK?

Armenia-Azerbaijan ceasefire may not hold but direct war is unlikely

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


What are the chances, the Armenia-Azerbaijan ceasefire holds? What's happening with Britain's new coronavirus lockdown measures? Does the Taliban really support Donald Trump?


2021 opportunities & threats: inequality, mental health, environment

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner at McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on what corporate business leaders are thinking during the global coronavirus crisis:



What are the opportunities and threats on the horizon for 2021?

Will there be a big tech breakup? Apple likely to announce 5G phone

Watch as Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, explains what's going on in technology news:

How likely will big tech companies Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google be forced to breakup as recommended by Democrats on the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust?


"Hi, Speed." What can we expect from this week's annual Apple release?

Why Trump won't debate Biden or make a decision on stimulus

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on US politics this week:

Why wouldn't the president want to debate Joe Biden? Stimulus talks are on again and they're off again and they're back on again. What's happening? Why won't the polls miss as much as they did in 2016?


Kyrgyzstan unrest; Trump better than ever post-COVID

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

Number one, what is going on in Kyrgyzstan? What's the update with the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan? Okay. Final question. Will Trump change his views on COVID after contracting the virus?


Social media sites overwhelmed by misinformation about Trump's condition

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, shares his perspective on technology news in Tech In 60 Seconds:


With Trump testing positive for corona, how are social media sites combating the mountains of misinformation? New York City released a contact tracing app. How does it work and will other cities adopt it?

What's going on with Armenia & Azerbaijan; Turkey's relationship with the EU

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds:

What is going on between Armenia and Azerbaijan? Is Turkey becoming an adversary of the EU?

Balancing long-term business strategy with short-term needs

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders think in response to the coronavirus crisis:

Why is managing for the long term difficult?

Armenia & Azerbaijan at war as Russia watches; anti-mask protests in Europe

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


First of all, what is going on in the Caucuses? As European coronavirus cases rise, so do anti-mask protests. Is this the same story that played out in the US this summer? This week, the world surpassed one million reported coronavirus deaths. What's the real death count?

Will Europe act on Navalny poisoning?

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on the Navalny poisoning on Europe In 60 Seconds:


Can Europe get to the bottom of Russian opposition leader Navalny's poisoning? And if so, would it change anything?

Europe's challenge to Facebook; Amazon home drones

Watch as Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, explains what's going on in technology news:


Would Facebook actually leave Europe? What's the deal? An Amazon home drone. Why would I need that and are you concerned about privacy?

Supreme Court nomination will be tough for Democrats to stop

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, offers insights on the Supreme Court vacancy:


Will Senate Republicans, who stopped a Supreme Court nomination in 2016, because it was too close to an election, pay a political price for the change in tactics this time around? At this point, do Senate Democrats have any hope of stopping President Trump from filling the ninth seat on the Supreme Court? Why won't the President promise a peaceful transition of power?

Why you should be (skeptically) optimistic about climate change

Gerald Butts, Vice Chairman & Senior Advisor of Eurasia Group, discusses reasons the rapid global response to climate change warrants optimism on UNGA In 60 Seconds.

5 steps for planning 2021 budgets amid uncertainty

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders think in response to the coronavirus crisis:


How can business leaders approach budget planning for 2021 when the environment is so uncertain?

EU Belarus sanctions agreement blocked by Cyprus

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds:


Why can't Europe agree on Belarus sanctions?

Can the UN bring peace to cyberspace?

Marietje Schaake, former member of EU Parliament and international policy director of the Cyber Policy Center at Stanford University, discusses the role of cyberspace and the urgency to protect it in UNGA In 60 Seconds.

Ian Bremmer and Brad Smith talk multilateralism post-pandemic

Brad Smith, President of Microsoft, joins Ian Bremmer on this week's World in 60 seconds to discuss multilateralism, optimism, and the return to normal in the post-pandemic world.

How has the pandemic influenced climate action?

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how the pandemic has influenced climate action:

Has the pandemic helped or harmed efforts to tackle climate change?

Bridging the digital divide starts with broadband around the world

ohn Frank, Vice President of UN Affairs at Microsoft, discusses how to include people around the world in the digital economy,on UNGA In 60 Seconds.

Does Trump's TikTok & WeChat ban limit free speech?

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:

Does Trump's TikTok and WeChat ban infringe on American free speech rights? The new Apple Watch measures your blood oxygen level. Helpful or creepy?

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing could upend the presidential election

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on the biggest development in US politics this week: the tragic death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who will be remembered as a trailblazing jurist, but also a reliably liberal vote on a court that was divided along ideological lines with a five-four conservative majority.

Coronavirus relief bill at a standoff; climate won't sway election

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, shares his perspective on US politics.

What's the status on the coronavirus relief bill in Congress? With wildfires raging in America's west and hurricanes pummeling its southern coastline, will climate be deciding issue in the November election? Trump got Big Ten football to start again? Wait, really?

Ursula von der Leyen's ambitious State of the Union speech

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:

How did President Ursula von der Leyen's first State of the Union address go? Alexei Navalny's health is improving, but why would he want to return to Russia? Is that safe?

Putin backs Lukashenko; Taliban peace talks; UNGA75 goes virtual

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

Can Putin rescue Belarus' President from his own people? What do you make of the Taliban peace talks in Doha? Why is Mexico's President raffling off his own plane? Finally, what can we expect from the 75th UN General Assembly?


How COVID is changing consumer behavior

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders think in response to the coronavirus crisis:

What does the next normal consumer look like?

Russian hackers found targeting US election; robots that write?

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, helps us make sense of today's stories in technology:


What are the Russians doing to the US election?


What's this? Robots can write! Should we be afraid?


Watch now.

Bob Woodward's Trump tapes & the 2020 election; no COVID relief

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, shares his perspective on US politics:

The Atlantic revelations about Trump's derogatory military remarks didn't seem that much of an impact with regular voters. Will Bob Woodward's new book also be a dud? With a thousand suspected cases of double voting in Georgia, are Trump's warning of voter tampering warranted?

UK Brexit treaty breach & collision course with EU; Belarus repression

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:

What's really going on between the EU and the UK with the UK government threatening to change the so-called Withdrawal Agreement? What's the update in Belarus?

Three steps to get remote & hybrid learning right

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective and suggestions on remote and hybrid learning.

Barr pressures DOJ to bring antitrust suit against Google

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:

What's the deal with Google and antitrust? Should we be worried about the decline in stock for Apple, Amazon and Tesla? What is the controversy over Disney Plus's new movie, Mulan?

Navalny's Novichok poisoning; EU schools reopening

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds:

Why would it be significant if the nerve agent Novichok, in particular, was used to poison Aleksei Navalny? How are European countries handling the reopening of schools?

Lebanon's new PM; why India is reopening; Lukashenko's grip on power

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

First, who is Lebanon's new prime minister? With daily COVID cases surging to record highs, why is India reopening? What's the update on Belarus? Will Lukashenko fall? Finally, what do I make of recent Far Right protests in Germany?

RNC 2020 recap: Trump avoids talk of COVID & focuses on white, rural base

Jon Lieber, Managing Director for the United States at the Eurasia Group, shares his perspective on a special Republican National Convention wrap up edition of US Politics In 60 Seconds

Merkel calls for Navalny poisoning inquiry; why Phil Hogan resigned

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds:

What is the story with the resignation of the EU trade commissioner, Phil Hogan? What's going to be the European reaction to the poisoning of Aleksei Navalny in Moscow?

How companies innovate in an economic downturn

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, explains: What kind of unicorns could come out of this economic downturn? How are existing companies adapting to the downturn?

Republican National Convention 2020: Trump's White House speech & other unusual plans

The Republican National Convention is going to have a strong focus on Democratic policies that the Republicans are going to argue undermine American greatness, cater to the radical left, and are going to reverse all the progress that's been made under President Trump.

Uber, Lyft, Epic & Apple: what's at stake in Big Tech lawsuits

Watch as Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, explains what's at stake in Big Tech lawsuits in 2020

DNC 2020 recap: Joe Biden's character & the 2020 presidential election

A successful Democratic National Convention for the Democrats, four nights of pretty slick production values that drove home the message of Joe Biden's decency, and the fact he is not Donald Trump.

Lukashenko's rule by repression in Belarus no longer works

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with this week's Europe In (more than) 60 Seconds

So what's really going on in Belarus and where is it likely to end?

Virtual DNC builds enthusiasm but Dems should not get complacent

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

Number one, the DNC is underway, the Democratic National Convention, how do you think the first night went?

What is going on in New Zealand?

With China's vice grip over Hong Kong tightening, will the US recognize Taiwan sovereignty?

Finally, will Russia intervene in Belarus?


Democratic National Convention goes virtual; Trump counterprograms

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, offers insight on this week's DNC.

Digital campaigning in 2020 will rely on personal connections

Nicholas Thompson, Editor-in-Chief of WIRED, provides his perspective on technology news:

How do you run a successful digital campaign in 2020?

What is a dark pattern?

What is Starlink?

HR Reset: Post-COVID Lessons for Growth

What is the role of HR going into the next normal? Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders think in response to the coronavirus crisis.

VP nominee Kamala Harris: a balanced Democratic ticket

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on the biggest development in the US election this week: Joe Biden has chosen his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris of California.

Belarus regime faces strikes; EU restrictive measures likely

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds (from Tabiano Castello in northern Italy):

What is the situation in Belarus with the opposition leader fleeing to Lithuania?

Are sanctions against Belarus from the European Union coming?

Lebanon won't get the billions they need without structural reform

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

The Lebanese government resigns. What's next for Lebanon?

What does Jimmy Lai's arrest mean for Hong Kong and the US-China relationship?

After Lukashenko's has election victory, what kind of change can protesters in Belarus expect?

Ensuring access to technology for all is critical during a pandemic

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner at McKinsey, shares his perspective on corporate business leadership on Business In 60 Seconds:

How can technology be a force for good?

TikTok ban: warning from US to Chinese tech firms

Jon Lieber, Managing Director for the United States at the Eurasia Group, shares his perspective on US politics.

Where are US-China relations in this battle over TikTok and what is happening?

As November 3rd nears, what can we expect to hear from US intelligence officials about the possibility of campaign interference in the US election?

This past week, Trump signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act. What is it?

Europe offers support to Beirut; all eyes on Lukashenko's election

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:

How will Europe help with the catastrophe in Beirut?


Will the upcoming presidential election in Belarus destabilize the leadership or the opposition of President Lukashenko?

Retail investors playing key role in driving market volume

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, provides her perspective:

What's been the role of the retail investor over the past few months?

Is this the case for the options market as well?

Business Leaders Need Empathy in Post-COVID Next Normal

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner at McKinsey & Company, stresses the value of leading with empathy:

How should leaders lead in this next normal?

Trump won't back off TikTok ban; China may react against US tech firms

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

Donald Trump, TikTok, and Microsoft. What's the story?

Spain's former king is gone. What's happening?

What can the US learn from Israel as back-to-school strategies are planned?

Finally, what is going on with Harry Potter inspired protesters in Thailand?

What the tech antitrust hearing did and did not prove

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:


What happened at the antitrust hearings this week?

Trump can't delay the election. But can he delegitimize it?

Jon Lieber, Managing Director for the United States at the Eurasia Group, shares his perspective on US politics .

First question, Trump tweeted about delaying the election. What's the deal?

Second question, with COVID relief measures set to expire, where are congressional talks on another stimulus bill?

Third question, will the death of former presidential candidate Herman Cain change anyone's mind about the coronavirus?


Will the Ukraine ceasefire last? COVID containment in Europe

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:

Will the recent ceasefire between Ukraine and the Russian-backed separatists lead to a solution of the conflict?

Will the recent upsurge of coronavirus and different measures taken against it in Spain lead to a new lockdown in Europe?

Why SPAC IPOs are getting so big and popular

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, explains:


Why have SPACs been so popular recently?

What is the biggest SPAC IPO ever?

Notre Dame won't host debate; India bans Chinese apps; this year's Hajj

Ian Bremmer brings you his perspective on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


Notre Dame withdrew from hosting the first presidential debate this fall. No, not that one that one burnt down, though it's being rebuilt. What does this mean for the debates in general?

India is blocking more Chinese apps. How serious are tensions between the two countries?

What's going on in Malaysia?

How is this year's Hajj different from past pilgrimages?

Twitter bans QAnon; CRISPR gene tech

Nicholas Thompson, Editor-in-chief of WIRED, provides his perspective on technology news:

Twitter has said it will knockout QAnon. How will that work out?

How close are we to CRISPR agriculture?

US-China relations all-time low; federal troops in Portland; Biden's pick

Jon Lieber, managing director for the United States at Eurasia Group, provides his perspective on US Politics In 60 Seconds.

With the tit for tat escalation of closing consulates between the US and China, are US-China relations at an all-time low?

With the presence of federal troops in Portland, does this blur federal state authorities and what's the line here?

Who will Joe Biden pick as his running mate?

Historic EU COVID recovery fund deal; Turkey and Greece Aegean dispute

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


How will the EU coronavirus recovery fund work and are there winners and losers?

What is going on with Turkey and Greece in the Aegean Sea?

Finally, is Russian influence in UK politics really the "new normal?"

How should business leaders manage the return to work?

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders think in response to the coronavirus crisis:

As workplaces reopen, how should leaders manage the return to work?

A deal on the EU Recovery Fund? North Macedonia and the EU

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:


Is it likely that there will be a deal on the EU Recovery Fund at the summit this weekend?

Does the result of the North Macedonia election make it more likely that the Balkan country will start to enter the European Union?

What to expect for second-quarter earnings season; H2 2020 outlook

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, provides her perspective:


What are analysts expecting, going to the second quarter earnings season?

What is the outlook for the second half of 2020?


Trump vs Fauci; UK bans Huawei; South China Sea pushback

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


Trump vs Fauci. What's going on here?

Why did the UK, United Kingdom, reverse course and ban Huawei and where does that leave China?

Finally, with the US rejecting China's maritime claims in the South China Sea, how will this further escalate tensions?


Facebook civil rights audit; TikTok in Hong Kong

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, provides his perspective on technology news:

Will the new audit of Facebook civil rights practices change the way the company operates?

What is happening with TikTok in Hong Kong?

Is Quibi officially a bust?


Key Supreme Court decisions; how coronavirus impacts US election

Jon Lieber, managing director for the United States at Eurasia Group, shares his insights on US politics:

How is coronavirus jeopardizing the legitimacy of a 2020 presidential election?

Protests in Serbia turn violent; Europe awaits Polish runoff election

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with this week's Europe In 60 Seconds (from the Adriatic Sea):


What's going on in Belgrade and what's going to be the consequence of that?

What's my take on the run-off in the Polish presidential election this Sunday?

Why more companies are going public now

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, provides her perspective:


Over the past few weeks, more companies have been going public. Why is that?

What is the IPO window?

Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus; Trudeau assassination attempt

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


Jair Bolsonaro, the president of Brazil, has coronavirus. What are your thoughts and where does this leave Brazil?

There was an assassination attempt on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. What's the story?

Australia resumes lockdown. How are they handling the pandemic?

Can Facebook's algorithm remove hate speech? Meltdown-proof nuclear reactors

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:

Do some of the Facebook's best features, like the newsfeed algorithm or groups, make removing hate speech from the platform impossible?

In general, have tech companies become more or less wary of the Trump administration in recent months?

Do you really believe that a meltdown-proof nuclear reactor is possible?

When are you joining Parler?


Bipartisan action against Russia? Pros & cons of DC statehood

Jon Lieber, managing director for the United States at Eurasia Group, provides his perspective on US politics:


How likely is bipartisan action against Russia in light of Taliban bounty reports?

What are the strongest and least political arguments for and against D.C. Statehood?

What are the June job numbers mean for the odds of a phase four stimulus?


European view on Russia allegations; how Sweden is faring

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective from Europe (specifically, from Croatia at the moment):

What's been the European reaction to the allegations in the US that Russia has been paying Taliban for attacking US forces?

How is Sweden, among other countries, fairing when now Europe is gradually opening up?

Hong Kong security law; Putin & the White House; India's TikTok ban

Ian Bremmer shares his insights on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


What does Beijing's new security law mean for Hong Kong?

Second, will we see a Putin White House visit before the United States election?

What does India's TikTok ban mean for the social media company?

Finally, what are the odds that you will be visiting Europe before the end of the year?


Toronto the next Silicon Valley; AI in policing; NYC Marathon

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:

Will Toronto become the next Silicon Valley?

What role should AI play in policing?

The New York City Marathon was just canceled. When will you next feel comfortable running a marathon?


Kosovo president indicted for war crimes​; Americans barred from EU?

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, provides his perspective from Europe:


What will happen to the president of Kosovo?

Will Americans be prevented from entering the European Union?

GOP & police reform bill; US public on reopening; Biden's lead on Trump

Jon Lieber, managing director for the United States at Eurasia Group, provides his perspective:


What is the status of the federal police reform bill?


Three and a half months into lockdown. Where does the American public stand on reopening?


How durable is Biden's lead over Trump?


Investing in diversity: How public companies can promote inclusivity

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, provides her perspective:


What role does diversity play in investing?

What are public companies doing to advance diversity today?

US-China trade deal; Pakistan & the pandemic; Pompeo & the UN

Ian Bremmer brings you his perspective on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:


How goes the U.S. China trade deal?

Why is Pakistan doing such a bad job controlling the pandemic?

What country's response to coronavirus has been the least political?

Why did Secretary of State Mike Pompeo call the United Nations a "haven for dictators"?

Business implications of post-COVID government deficits

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders think in response to the global coronavirus crisis:


What are the implications for business of the deficits resulting from governments stepping in to save the economies around the world in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis?

Preventing a DDoS attack; brick and mortars no more

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:


What is DDoS attack and how can they be prevented?

Because of COVID-19 and the continued expansion of e-commerce, what brick and mortar will go away?

Which next gen console are you more excited for, the Microsoft mini fridge or the Sony Wi-Fi router?


Viktor Orban's authority in Hungary; uptake of contact-tracing apps

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe:


Will Hungary's move to end "rule by decree" minimize Viktor Orban's authority?

How is the use of Covid-19 contact tracing apps being received by Europeans?

Big picture trends in US Politics

Jon Lieber, Eurasia Group's Managing Director for the US, breaks down the US political landscape on US Politics In 60 Seconds each week.

First, some of the big picture trends in US politics that are going to affect the election outlook for this year (but this takes a little more than a minute.)

Meet Jon Lieber, our new host of US Politics In 60 Seconds

Presidential race, pandemic, protests... Sometimes the news cycle moves so quickly that it's hard to make sense of it all.


Meet Jon Lieber, U.S. Managing Director for Eurasia Group. With extensive experience on Capitol Hill, he's advised senior elected officials and covered policy for years. Join him, every week, as he cuts through the noise and shares updates on what you need to know in just one minute. This is "U.S. Politics In 60 Seconds."

Trump and police reform; India-China tension; North and South Korea

Ian Bremmer on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds:

Number one: What police reform will result from Trump's executive order?

How serious is the escalating tension between India and China?

What's going on between North Korea and South Korea?

The fight against COVID-19 continues. What is the update?


What are the concerns with facial recognition technology?

Nicholas Thompson, editor-in-chief of WIRED, discusses technology industry news today:


What are the concerns with facial recognition and will IBM's decision to no longer offer the tech mark the end of its use?


Has the technological decoupling between the US and China accelerated since COVID-19?


As our work-from-home situations continue, has COVID-19 changed the workplace forever, even after the pandemic?

Business leaders & the environment post-pandemic

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, explains why businesses should continue to invest in the environment.

What COVID-19 has meant for home sales & prices

Betty Liu, Executive Vice Chairman for NYSE Group, explains:

How has the housing market reacted to the COVID-19 pandemic?

Why haven't we seen home prices drop due to all this economic uncertainty?

Europe is in solidarity with BLM, not with Trump's troop withdrawal

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, provides his perspective:


What do the solidarity manifestations across Europe show about how the Black Lives Matter movement is seen in Europe?

What does the withdrawal of some American forces from Germany mean?

Pandemic worsens; defunding the police; debt crisis & Europe leadership

Ian Bremmer provides his perspective in a bit more than 60 seconds:

First, the W.H.O. says the coronavirus situation is "worsening" worldwide. Where is it getting worse?

With calls to defund the police echoing across the United States, what does that actually mean?

It's all pandemic and protests in the news cycle. What other global stories should I be paying attention to?

The Future of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)

Kevin Sneader, global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on how corporate business leaders should reassess their approach to ESG criteria.