After two years, we returned to Davos, braving the Swiss mountain cold for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting.
The 2023 WEF is all about "polycrisis," which in WEF-speak means many crises all at once, which compound each other, like tangled knots. But how do you untangle those knots?
That's a question that the world's business and political elite is struggling with at a time when the globalization they adore is being questioned by the developing world.
On GZERO World, Ian Bremmer speaks to former Finnish PM Alexander Stubb in Davos. Stubb analyzes why Crimea is crucial for Ukraine to win the war against Russia and why Finland views its eastern neighbor with suspicion.
Ian also interviews Volker Türk, the UN's high commissioner for human rights, who (for a UN official) is surprisingly candid about the Security Council's track record so far on Ukraine.