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What is Coinbase, the first major cryptocurrency company to go public?

What is Coinbase and why is it such a big deal that it's going public? Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center, Eurasia Group senior advisor and former MEP, discusses the implications around cryptocurrency and digital assets.

J&J vaccine review will cause hesitancy; Blinken warns China on Taiwan

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics this week on World In 60: J&J vaccine woes, Blinken warns China, Fukushima water and a large rabbit.

Russian military escalation against Ukraine worries Europe

What might the Russian mobilization near Ukraine lead to? What's the COVID-19 situation in Europe? Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his view from Europe.

Will tech giants be taxed for worldwide profits with a global tax rate?

US & European leaders want to tax tech giants for their global profits. Get insights on the latest news about emerging trends in cyberspace from Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center and former European Parliamentarian.

Israel's election results, US-Iran nuclear talks, and vaccine passports

Ian Bremmer discusses Netanyahu's challenge, the US-Iran nuclear talks, and why vaccine passports are a good idea on this edition of World In 60 Seconds.

Cryptocurrency going mainstream but EU & US regulators face challenges

A digital euro, Visa accepting crypto coins - has cryptocurrency gone mainstream? How are different governments dealing with the continued rise of cryptocurrencies? Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center, Eurasia Group senior advisor and former MEP, shares her perspective.

Biden infrastructure plan would boost jobs; Georgia voter law tensions

What specifics are expected to be in Biden's "build back better" infrastructure plan? Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on US politics.

China overhauls Hong Kong elections; Brazil & Turkey under pressure

Ian Bremmer discusses Hong Kong's election changes, Bolsonaro's latest cabinet reshuffle, and Turkey's economic problems on World In 60 Seconds.

Biden's first press conference reaffirms his working man approach

Joe Biden gave the first press conference of his presidency, a much-anticipated event. Jon Lieber, head of Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, shares some takeaways.

The dangers of deepfakes and the need for norms around trust

The Tom Cruise deepfake is convincing. Are there ways to combat sophisticated misinformation? Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center and former European Parliamentarian, shares her insights.

Israel's highly charged election; EU-China deal at risk over sanctions

Ian Bremmer discusses Israel's election, the EU-China tensions over sanctions, and Putin's jab on this edition of World In 60 Seconds.

Immigration reform so divisive that even Democrats can't agree

Is the surging immigration crisis the biggest challenge for the still new Biden administration? How are politics getting in the way of the immigration policy Biden wants to implement? Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on US politics.

What are NFTs, and how do they fit into the crypto landscape?

You may have heard that Jack Dorsey is selling his first tweet as an NFT in an auction, but what are NFTs? How do NFTs fit into or complicate the crypto landscape? Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center, Eurasia Group senior advisor and former MEP, discusses.

AstraZeneca vaccine politics may further damage Europe's economy

What is going on with the AstraZeneca vaccine? Why are people protesting in Britain? Did you read Jared Kushner's op-ed on the middle East? What is the Biden administration's approach to the region compared to his predecessor? Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on the latest news in global politics on World In :60 - that is, :180.

Hope for Europe's vaccine rollout;  CDU setback in German elections

How is the rollout of vaccines in Europe going? What's the fallout of the German regional elections over the weekend? Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds.

Biden's massive, historic stimulus relief bill passes

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his perspective: The American Relief Act just passed. Joe Biden's big $1.9 trillion stimulus has now passed the Senate and the House of Representatives and is on its way to the president's desk to be signed into law. This is a massive, historic piece of legislation on top of already $3 trillion in stimulus that Congress has provided to respond to the novel coronavirus. Here's another almost $2 trillion, that two thirds of which will be spent in this calendar year.

Impact of Microsoft hack deepens; why cyber attacks target healthcare

Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center and former European Parliamentarian, shares insights on the latest news about big tech, privacy protection and emerging trends in cyberspace. What is the deal with the recently revealed Microsoft hack? Why is the healthcare sector increasingly a target for cyberattackers?

Lula’s comeback upends Brazilian politics; Senegal's dicey situation

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics this week: We'll start in Brazil. Will Lula run for president and seriously challenge Bolsonaro? What is happening in Senegal? And did I watch the Harry and Meghan interview?

Why Italy halted vaccine shipment;  Conference on the Future of Europe

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe: Why is Italy blocking a shipment of vaccines to Australia? What is the Conference on the Future of Europe?

Minimum wage won't go up for now; Texas sets reopening example

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on US politics in Washington, DC:
Another stimulus bill is about to pass the Senate. Why won't the minimum wage be going up? What's next for Congress after the stimulus? Texas is open. What's happening in the Lone Star State?

SolarWinds hack a wake-up call to the tech sector

Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center and former European Parliamentarian, discusses recent developments on big tech, privacy protection and emerging trends in cyberspace. What immediate impact has the SolarWinds hack had on private companies? What should governments do together with the private sector to make the internet safer for tomorrow?

US sanctions on Russia don't hit hard; Nicolas Sarkozy found guilty

Ian Bremmer discusses the World In (a little over) 60 Seconds: The Biden administration announced its first sanctions. How will it affect US-Russia relations? Myanmar's protests are getting more violent. Will it get worse and how will end? What's the story with former French President Nicholas Sarkozy going to jail?

Armenia comes close to military coup; political turmoil in Georgia

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective from Stockholm on Europe In 60 Seconds:
Is there a military coup ongoing in Armenia? What's happening in Georgia?

Myanmar military unlikely to back down; challenges for the new US ambassador to the UN

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics this week: With protests growing, where does that leave the Myanmar coup? What challenges are ahead for the new US ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield? Are Putin and Lukashenko best friends now?

EU & US: democracy frames tech approaches; Australia & Facebook flipflop

In a world where data is more valuable than oil and cyberattacks are rapidly emerging as modern warfare, our new series Cyber in 60 Seconds explores what it all means for you—from data privacy to national security. Hosted by Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford University's Cyber Policy Center and former European Parliamentarian, this weekly video series will bring you the latest news on big tech, privacy protection and emerging trends in cyberspace.

The Biden-Trudeau meeting & the road ahead for the US-Canada relationship

Today President Joe Biden held his first bilateral with Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau. To discuss the road ahead for the US-Canada relationship, and what it might foreshadow for the many bilaterals we're going to see in the coming weeks as Biden rolls out his foreign policy agenda, Jon Lieber, head of Eurasia Group's coverage of US political and policy developments, is joined by Eurasia Group Vice Chairman Gerald Butts, who was Trudeau's Principal Secretary until 2019, in a special edition of US Politics In (a little over) 60 Seconds.

Ted Cruz's vacation repercussions; Biden's bind on school reopening

Get insights on the latest news in US politics from Jon Lieber, head of Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington: Why is everyone so interested in Ted Cruz's vacation? What is the Biden administration doing to reopen the schools?

EU-Russia relations on downturn;  Brexit impacts UK exports & trade

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds: How is the relationship between the EU and Russia? Second question, how is Brexit doing?

Texas grid shows need to fix infrastructure in US; RIP Rush Limbaugh

Ian Bremmer discusses the World In (more than) 60 Seconds: What's happening in Texas? The World Trade Organization, WTO, has a new leader. Who is she and what challenges lie ahead? Okay, what's happening between Iran and the US over sanctions? And Rush Limbaugh at 70 no longer, passed away today. What do I think?

Minimum wage may not go up, but expect stimulus checks in April

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on US politics in Washington, DC: Is the minimum wage going to $15 an hour? When will my stimulus check get here? Does anyone care about the federal deficit?

Mario Draghi will become Italy's new PM; EU weighs Myanmar reaction

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe: What's happening in Italy and can Mario Draghi fix it? Second question, how is the EU reacting to the coup in Myanmar?

Colombia's humanitarian gesture for Venezuelan refugees merits US support

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds: Why did Colombia's president grant legal status to 1.7 million Venezuelan migrants? What are the political ramifications of Netanyahu's corruption trial? Finally, what is going on with Elon Musk and Bitcoin?

Olympic Bronze medalist on safety of Tokyo 2020 Games

Meet Mikako Kotani, Sports Director of the Olympic and Paralympic Games for Tokyo 2020. The 2020 Games, postponed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, face unprecedented challenges for organizers and athletes.

Marjorie Taylor Greene support in House shows Republican Party tilt

Get insights on the latest news in US politics from Jon Lieber: Lots of drama to start the year on Capitol Hill. There's a lot of bad partisan will between the two parties, right now. And that is culminating this week with a vote to potentially expel freshman member Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments in the House of Representatives.

Alexei Navalny's jail sentence; EU slow on vaccine distribution

Ian Bremmer discusses the World In (more than) 60 Seconds: First, what's the update with Alexei Navalny? Why is the EU struggling with vaccine distribution? Is the Republican Party fracturing? Finally, it's Groundhog Day, six more weeks of winter, and what else?

Putin worried by massive protests in Russia

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the view from Europe as Russian protests continue: Is Vladimir Putin worried about protests in Russia?

GameStop stock rally gives policymakers opportunity for legislation

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, offers insights on US politics: Stonks! Will the GameStop stock rally result in new regulation on Wall Street? What is the future for the legislative filibuster?

Xi Jinping's WEF speech on China's global leadership falls flat; Italy PM resigns over stimulus

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds: What did you think of Xi Jinping's speech at the virtual World Economic Forum? Why did the Italian Prime Minister resign? Where is the international outrage for what's happening in Ethiopia's Tigray region?

Anti-corruption protests will rattle Russian regime

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on the recent protests in Russia on Europe In 60 Seconds: What's happening in Russia? What we saw yesterday in Russia was, of course, massive demonstration. Navalny's video has been seen by now, close to 85 million people. That's a lot. And it has demonstrated the utter incompetence of the regime. Will it change? Well, I think there will be more repression, sorry to say, that's the only way the regime can react short-term. But I think it will rattle the internal structures of the regime.

Japan’s role in the global response to COVID-19

As part of our special "In 60 Seconds" series on Japan's domestic and international response to the pandemic, GZERO Media spoke to Dr. Satoshi Ezoe, Director of the Global Health Policy Division in Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Dr. Ezoe breaks down his nation's contributions to multilateral efforts like the COVAX facility and the ACT Accelerator program and describes their impact on the developing world. He also details Japan's commitment to universal health care and how that policy and infrastructure have benefited the nation during the pandemic. "Japan in 60 Seconds" is produced in partnership with the Consulate General of Japan.


This video is sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan.

Keystone XL halt is no threat to US-Canada ties under Biden; Brazil's vaccine shortage

Ian Bremmer discusses the World In (more than) 60 Seconds: Biden's first scheduled call with a world leader will be with Canada's Justin Trudeau. What's going on with the Keystone Pipeline? Biden has promised 100 million COVID vaccine doses in 100 days. Meanwhile, Brazil is experiencing a shortage. What is happening? A video of Navalny posted after his arrest is going viral. He calls for supporters to "take to the streets" on January 23rd. What is going on?

The new wave of innovation is cause for business optimism about 2021

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner at McKinsey & Company, provides perspective on what corporate business leaders are thinking during the global coronavirus crisis: Should businesses be pessimistic or optimistic about 2021?

President Biden's first moves will include undoing Trump's legacy

Jon Lieber, Managing Director of the United States for the Eurasia Group, shares his insights on what to expect from President Biden's first 100 days:

Will the Senate vote to convict Trump?

Watch Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, lend perspective to this week's historic impeachment proceedings. The question now is in the Senate, is there more support for a conviction? What are the reasons they wouldn't impeach?

Estonian PM resigns over corruption allegations; post-Merkel Germany

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds: Why did the Estonian prime minister resign and what happens now? What does the post-Merkel future look like for Germany's CDU leadership?

The world believes the US can do better but its ability to lead diminishes

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds, with a look at the world's response to the US Capitol riots; the accusation of the West of hypocrisy by Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's Beijing friendly leader; and why Merkel and Macron objected to Trump's Twitter ban.

This time, Trump's impeachment will have Republican support

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, shares his perspective as Congress considers a second impeachment.

Europe reacts to attack on US Capitol with disbelief, horror & sorrow

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, with the European reaction to the pictures coming out of Washington, yesterday. Disbelief. Horror. Shock. But also sorrow. The United States is a great ally of Europe. And to see its democracy literally looted by mobs of hooligans inspired by the President of the United States is something that I don't think anyone had thought would ever happen. The President of the United States has gone, in the eyes of the Europeans, from being a leader of a great democracy to being a cult leader of a mob of hooligans.

How do the US Capitol events impact the GOP, DC security & Biden policy?

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, offers insights on yesterday's turmoil at the US Capitol, which was completely without precedent in United States political history.

Georgia Senate election is a game changer for Biden; Trump's effect on GOP's future

Jon Lieber, who leads Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington, offers insights on US politics: What do the results of the Georgia Senate election mean? What's the future for President Trump and the Republican party? Third question. Why are Republicans objecting to the electoral counts this week?

Why the UK is on lockdown; Iran pushes Biden on uranium levels

Ian Bremmer shares his perspective on global politics on this week's World In (More Than) 60 Seconds: Why is the UK going on lockdown again? Why is Iran increasing its uranium enrichment levels? With Saudi Arabia lifting its embargo on Qatar, what does that mean for the region?


What does Brexit mean for the UK, London, and NYC? Will McConnell allow a US stimulus payment vote?

Ian Bremmer discusses Brexit's implications for the UK, London, and global cities and the world beyond, come January 1, 2021. And in the US, what will come of the push for $2,000 coronavirus stimulus payments, now that the fate of the bill lies in Mitch McConnell's hands?

Trump's last 4 weeks in office: vetoed coronavirus relief bill, controversial pardons

Watch as Eurasia Group's Jon Lieber provides perspective on the status of the National Defense Authorization Act - or, the coronavirus bill that Trump vetoed - and what was in it, as well as controversial pardons the president has issued.

Meet the leader of Japan’s pandemic response and recovery

Japan's Cabinet Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura is the person charged with leading economic revitalization and coronavirus response for his nation. In this conversation with GZERO's Ian Bremmer, Nishimura explains the challenges Japan has faced, the road to recovery, and what the example of Japan can teach the world. The video is part of a limited "Japan in 60 Seconds" series produced in partnership with the Consulate General of Japan.


This video is sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan.

UK’s new COVID strain problematic but economic pain is a greater risk

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


Number one, what's the story with the new COVID strain in Britain? Okay, next question. Did Aleksei Navalny really prank his poisoner? Did you see the Christmas Star?

Leading health journalist Laurie Garrett on COVID lessons learned from Japan

When it comes to preparedness for this global crisis, Japan had a key advantage—a universal healthcare system that provides medical attention to all at no or low cost to the patient. But there were other cultural and institutional factors at play, as Pulitzer Prize-winning health journalist Laurie Garrett explains. The video is part of a limited "Japan in 60 Seconds" series produced in partnership with the Consulate General of Japan.

This video is sponsored by the Consulate General of Japan.

Trump will use election fraud claims to stay relevant through 2021

Get insights on the latest news in US politics from Jon Lieber, head of Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington:

The Electoral College has voted. Why is Trump still refusing to acknowledge defeat? Why is Attorney General William Barr resigning? How will the US respond to recent Russian cyber attacks?

New "Japan In :60" limited series:  What the world can learn from Japan’s pandemic response

As the COVID pandemic rages across the world, some nations have done better than others in both public health response and economic recovery. One bright spot has been Japan -- despite having the oldest population and economic challenges prior to the global crisis, the country has ranked among the very lowest in the G7 in terms of mortality rates and GDP decline.

In a new limited video series, "Japan In 60 Seconds," presented by GZERO Media in partnership with the Consulate General of Japan, the GZERO team will explore the reasons why, talking with leading experts and officials from Japan and beyond. What can the world learn from Japan's pandemic response? One key lesson is that no nation is truly an island.

Uncertainties of COVID vaccine rollout timing; US-Russia under Biden

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

Number one, what will COVID vaccine distribution look like in the United States and elsewhere? What will the United States-Russia relationship look like under a Biden presidency? Okay, let's talk baseball. The Cleveland _____?

Biden's controversial Defense pick may need bipartisan support

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

Why is Biden's nomination of Lloyd Austin for Secretary of Defense controversial? Any update with the new stimulus package?

UK vaccine rollout a key chance to learn; Brexit trade deal is razor close

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


COVID vaccine rollout has begun in the UK. What's next? Staying in the UK. Will a Brexit trade deal be reached before the end of year deadline? Why are farmers in India going on strike? The Arecibo observatory telescope collapsed. Yes, it's true, in Puerto Rico. Should they rebuild for the next James Bond movie?

Trump's chances of proving election interference are over

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


Is Trump out of options now that William Barr said the DOJ found no election interference? Will Biden's new economic team be able to make progress on a COVID stimulus plan? Reports that Trump discussed pardons with his three eldest children begs for an important question, what about Tiffany?

US bet on Pfizer and Moderna may lead to earlier COVID vaccine rollout

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

With COVID vaccine near, what will the distribution look like across the world? Why is everyone on Twitter talking about monoliths?

Two key dates before Inauguration Day; Biden's first moves

Get insights on the latest news in US politics from Jon Lieber, head of Eurasia Group's coverage of political and policy developments in Washington:


With the transition of power formally beginning now, what can we expect between now and inauguration day? What can we expect out of the Biden administration's first 100 days?

Putin may never congratulate Biden; humanitarian disaster in Ethiopia

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


Why hasn't Putin congratulated Biden yet? How is the world responding to reports of a massacre in Ethiopia's Tigray region? Bibi and MBS: did they or didn't they meet?


Why US COVID relief package progress is unlikely before January

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

With 250,000 Americans dead of COVID and case counts rising, is there any sign of a federal relief package on the way? Why is everyone so mad at California Governor Gavin Newsom?

Crisis over EU vs Poland-Hungary standoff on recovery package

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


Why are Poland and Hungary blocking the EU recovery package and EU budget? Second, what does Moldova's election win mean for Europe?

World of conflict: Israel & Syria, Abiy's Ethiopia, Peru's presidents, US in Afghanistan

From Israeli airstrikes in Syria, to US troops leaving Afghanistan, to military conflict in Ethiopia, to Peru's governmental instability - watch Ian Bremmer's weekly update of the world in (more than) 60 seconds.

The appeal of free speech social media platforms like Parler

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

What is Parler? Why are people moving off Facebook to new social sites? The US government said the election was the most secure in American history. Do you agree? How did we get here after the failures of 2016?

Armenia-Azerbaijan cease fire holds; Europe's immense relief about US election

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

What's the nature of the Armenia-Azerbaijan peace deal and will it last? What's been the European reaction to the outcome of the US election and what's the reaction to President Trump not conceding the result?

Mitch McConnell and the Republicans would rather not tell Trump he lost

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

Why are members of the Republican party, like Senator Mitch McConnell, hesitant to congratulate President Elect Biden?

Trump's choices depend on money & leverage; COVID vaccine news is a big deal

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

Number one, Trump will not concede the election. What happens now? With Pfizer and BioNTech announcing a 90% effective COVID vaccine, what happens next? Will the peace deal between Armenia and Azerbaijan last?

Why absentee ballots are counted faster by some states; PlayStation 5 early take

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


Why do some states get their absentee ballots counted more quickly? The PlayStation 5, is it going to transform gaming?

Europe copes with terrorism; Poland's massive abortion rights protest

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

What is going on with the recent terrorist attacks in Europe? Why are there massive demonstrations in Warsaw, Poland?

All eyes on US election; Vienna terrorist attack & Islamic extremism

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

Number one, all eyes are on the United States today. What countries are watching most closely? What happened in Vienna? Finally, is Boris Johnson against the ropes because of his COVID response?

Will the next president bridge the digital divide?

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

What are the biggest tech questions that will be facing the next president after the election and will they do anything about them? What happened at the Section 230 hearings this week?

Europe hopes to contain COVID surge; setback for Ukraine's president

Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Sweden, shares his perspective on Europe In 60 Seconds:
With COVID increasing in France, Germany, Spain, and elsewhere, has Europe lost control of the pandemic? What's going to be the impact of Ukraine's local election for President Zelensky and his policies?

Election Night: Key states to watch & record-shattering voter turnout

Jon Lieber, Managing Director for the United States at the Eurasia Group, shares his perspective on a special US election edition of US Politics In 60 Seconds:

So, we're about five days out from the election right now. And the story of this week has been the remarkably steady polling lead for Joe Biden that he's had for months now. The other big story is the turnout, massive amounts of turnout. On election night, what are we watching for? The other big question is, do we know on Tuesday or how long after that day do we have to wait until we find out

Why big business should help small business - and how

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

Should big business care about small business in these times?

Most world leaders hope for Biden victory; Amy Coney Barrett sworn in

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

One week before the US election. What do other world leaders want to happen? Amy Coney Barrett has been confirmed. What does that mean for America going forward? Is there a bigger story at play with all that is going on in the former Soviet republics?


Hurdles to bringing a COVID-19 vaccine to market

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner of McKinsey, looks at the challenges around a COVID-19 vaccine from the corporate business leadership perspective on Business In 60 Seconds.


What will it take to bring a COVID-19 vaccine to market?

DOJ antitrust case against Google; why Quibi failed

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


Why is the Department of Justice suing Google? Goodbye Quibi. Why did the video streaming platform fail?

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.