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US-China Trade Talks Turn Ugly: World in 60 Seconds

Is global cooperation on climate change possible?

Sure, it's possible and as it gets worse, increasingly populations around the world, especially young people, are making it a priority. We've seen it in Finland, we see it in Australia. We see it even among left and right among young people the United States. That makes me feel, over time, we're going to see more cooperation.

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South Africa's Unfulfilled Promises

GZERO World usually takes on big global topics that impact multiple countries. This show is different, however, in that it’ll focus on just one: South Africa -- a country that once captured world attention when it transitioned from apartheid to modern democracy. But the nation’s long walk to freedom is falling short of what was promised.

Robots and the Rustbelt with John Kasich

This week it's all about J-O-B-S and how automation (yes, robots...kind of) is changing the future of work in America. Then I'll chat with a man from the heart of America's Rust Belt: Governor John Kasich. And of course, I've got your Puppet Regime.

The Autocrat's Playbook

How does a democracy die? In stops and starts – says our guest this week – and usually, from within. Steve Levitsky is a professor of politics at Harvard and the co-author of the recent bestseller How Democracies Die. Drawing from history and present day (think: Venezuela), Levitsky makes a compelling case for precisely how an autocrat could bring down the pillars of democracy. And Ian presses him on perhaps the most worrying implication of all: is the United States next?

+World Cup + Turkey Elections + Migrants in the Mediterranean.

Let’s get to it.