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GZERO celebrates International Women's Day
TITLE PLACEHOLDLER - INTL WOMEN'S DAY 2023 VIDEO | GZERO Media

GZERO celebrates International Women's Day

On International Women's Day, we’re proud to showcase just a few of the exceptional women we’ve interviewed on “GZERO World with Ian Bremmer,” our weekly program on US public television. The accomplishments of these remarkable women have made them role models globally. Click to watch our interviews with:

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NATO unity & how to end war in Ukraine
NATO unity & how to end war in Ukraine | GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

NATO unity & how to end war in Ukraine

What a difference a year makes. As the world marks the first anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Zelensky's military has performed far better against Russia than even some of its staunchest supporters expected when the war began. And Putin's illegal invasion of a sovereign neighbor has rallied the West to Kyiv's cause.

Ian Bremmer is on the ground in Germany for the annual Munich Security Conference to ask world leaders how much further the West is willing to go in its support for Ukraine.

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Podcast: Ukraine’s strength, Russia’s stubbornness - and the uncertainty of war to come

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Listen: Ian Bremmer is on the ground in Germany for the annual Munich Security Conference to ask world leaders how much further the West is willing to go in its support for Kiev. As the world marks the first anniversary of the war in Ukraine, Zelensky's military has performed far better against Russia than even some of its staunchest supporters expected when the war began. And Putin's illegal invasion of a soverign neighbor has rallied the West to Kiev's cause.

Estonia’s Prime Minister Kaja Kallas has been called Europe’s new Iron Lady, and says no Russian war crime should go unpunished. And NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană offers a candid assessment of a war that has no clear end in sight. On the GZERO World podcast, Ian speaks to them both about the lessons learned during year one of the war…and what might happen next.

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Nord Stream explosion mystery: We need proof, says Estonia's PM Kaja Kallas
Nord Stream explosion mystery: We need proof, says Estonia's PM Kaja Kallas | GZERO World

Nord Stream explosion mystery: We need proof, says Estonia's PM Kaja Kallas

Who blew up the Nord Stream pipelines? We still don't know, and that's a pretty troubling thought given it's the single biggest attack outside of Ukraine during the war. Multiple investigations determined the September 2022 explosions of Nord Stream 1 and 2 were sabotaged, and the west immediately blamed the Russians. But months after the attack, there's still no evidence of Russian involvement and the explosions are still an international unsolved mystery.

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When Russia is your neighbor:  Estonian PM Kaja Kallas' frontline POV
When Russia is your neighbor | Estonian PM Kaja Kallas' frontline POV | GZERO World

When Russia is your neighbor:  Estonian PM Kaja Kallas' frontline POV

Estonian Prime Minister, Kaja Kallas, knows firsthand the dangers that come with being a frontline state on the Russian border. In 2007, her country was hit by Russian cyber attacks that crippled banks, media outlets, and government institutions for weeks. But being on the receiving end of this new kind of modern warfare has also made the country more resilient. In the years since Estonia has invested a lot in cyber security and can better monitor bad actors seeking to divide their society with digital warfare.

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"Peace" under authoritarian occupation isn't peaceful: Estonia's Kaja Kallas
"Peace" under authoritarian occupation isn't peaceful | Estonia's Kaja Kallas | GZERO World

"Peace" under authoritarian occupation isn't peaceful: Estonia's Kaja Kallas

Everyone knows that war is bad and peace is good, but what about the difference between peace and "peace"? Estonia's Prime Minister Kaja Kallas sat down with Ian Bremmer at the Munich Security Conference to discuss the war in Ukraine and how her perspective has changed since the Russian invasion began one year ago. Europe is a small region, says Kallas, and maintaining unity in the face of Russian aggression could come down to acknowledging European countries' lived experiences and not-so-distant history.

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Europe's new "Iron Lady" Kaja Kallas
Europe's new "Iron Lady" Kaja Kallas | GZERO World

Europe's new "Iron Lady" Kaja Kallas

Kaja Kallas became Estonia’s first female Prime Minister in 2021 and has been called Europe’s new Iron Lady. Since assuming office, she has been one of the strongest voices in Europe condemning Vladimir Putin and Russian aggression. She's also been one of Ukrainian President Zelensky's staunchest supporters. "The war is going much better than we thought a year ago," she tells Ian Bremmer while on the sidelines of the annual Munich Security Conference in Germany. But she's also aware that the road ahead is full of challenges. "Ukraine has survived and has fought very hard, but to look into the future, how is it going in the future? Do we see any way out of this? It's very hard to say."

Catch Ian Bremmer's full interview with Kaja Kallas on this week's episode of "GZERO World with Ian Bremmer," airing on US public television stations nationwide. Check local listings.

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