World leaders gathered this week in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum at a moment of heightened global uncertainty.
Three months into the Russian war in Ukraine, the conflict seems no closer to resolution. A global food crisis — made worse by the war — is putting more than a billion people at risk of food insecurity. Meanwhile, cyberattacks and misinformation continue to wreak havoc around the globe.
The world faces many dangerous challenges, but the biggest one may be this: “you can’t solve a problem unless you agree on what the problem is,” says GZERO’s Ian Bremmer.
Check out GZERO’s highlights from Davos, and be sure to watch our panel discussion from the event, entitled “Crisis in a digital world.”
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