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GZERO Live: America's uncertain future post-election

With the winner of the US presidential election still up in the air, America faces an uncertain future. What do the results so far tell us about what's in store for the next four years? And what do they mean for the state of US democracy? Our experts tackled these and other tough questions — including what comes next for PUPPET REGIME — in a November 4th livestream discussion entitled "Decision 2020: What Just Happened?"

The discussion was moderated by Tony Maciulis, GZERO Media's Head of Video, and our panel included:

Join us Wednesday at 11a ET for a live post-election discussion

Today at 11a EST, we're gathering a panel to discuss "What Just Happened" with the US election. GZERO Media's Ian Bremmer, Tony Maciulis and Alex Kliment will be joined by The Washington Post's Karen Attiah and Eurasia Group's Jon Lieber to discuss discuss the state of the US following national elections, how we got here, and what's next.

Watch live at: gzeromedia.com/gzerolive.

Decision 2020: What Just Happened? Wednesday, November 4, 11a EST/8a PST

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Podcast: Breathing While Black with WaPo's Karen Attiah


In the latest episode of GZERO World, Ian Bremmer explores international reaction to the murder of George Floyd and global protests against police brutality and racism. Karen Attiah, Global Opinions Editor of The Washington Post, explains her view that, on issues of race and inequality, the U.S. is a "developing country," and while this moment of uprising offers hope for real change there is still much work to be done. Attiah discusses protestors taking to the streets despite fears of the COVID pandemic, and the centuries-long struggle black Americans have faced on the road to equality. Attiah also reflects on the 2018 murder of her Washington Post colleague Jamal Khashoggi, killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Breathing While Black: WaPo's Karen Attiah on Racial Injustice

In the latest episode of GZERO World, Ian Bremmer explores international reaction to the murder of George Floyd and global protests against police brutality and racism. Karen Attiah, Global Opinions Editor of The Washington Post, explains her view that, on issues of race and inequality, the U.S. is a "developing country," and while this moment of uprising offers hope for real change there is still much work to be done.

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Washington Post’s Karen Attiah: U.S. a “developing country” on race, equality

In a personal and insightful interview with GZERO World host Ian Bremmer, Washington Post Global Opinion Editor Karen Attiah discusses this charged moment of unrest in America, and her own family's experiences with racism. Attiah, the daughter of Ghanaian immigrants, describes her father's journey from learning of Emmett Till's murder as a young boy to being cautious of police officers in Texas, despite the fact he was a successful doctor.

The complete interview is part of the latest episode of GZERO World, and begins airing today, Friday, June 19, nationally on public television stations. Check local listings and visit gzeromedia.com for more.

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