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GZERO WORLD with Ian Bremmer returns for Season 7
GZERO WORLD with Ian Bremmer premieres Season 7

GZERO WORLD with Ian Bremmer kicks off its seventh season at a critical moment for both the United States and the world. Americans are heading towards a highly contentious election, the deadly Israel-Hamas war rages, and AI technologies pose new threats to society, among other pressing issues. Through it all, host Ian Bremmer will continue to provide insights and analysis and engage in thoughtful conversation with global leaders on the award-winning weekly global affairs show.

The season opens with an interview with Ambassador Riyad Mansour, Permanent Observer of Palestine to the United Nations. Other new episodes will feature discussions with Argentina's controversial new president, Javier Milei, US Senator and former astronaut Mark Kelly, and journalist Sally Jenkins on the politics of sports as the Paris Olympic Games approach.

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Kylian Mbappé of France during the UEFA Euro 2024 Football Championship match between Austria and France on June 17, 2024

Besides correctly pronouncing croissant, winning the Euros is about the only thing the French can agree on. But on the eve of his country's first game, Kylian Mbappé, arguably the best player of his generation, used his spotlight to turn the nation's attention away from the field and toward the ballot box.
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Condoleezza Rice

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Who exactly are the people representing America to the world? Chances are they’re “pale, male, and Yale”, as the saying goes. Even in 2024, the US Foreign Service – especially in senior positions – doesn’t look like the rest of America. African Americans, people of color, and women continue to encounter barriers to influential roles.

However, some Black diplomats — like UN Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield — have broken this racial ceiling and helped reimagine what an American envoy can be. Her predecessors, through the sweep of US history, encountered discrimination and racism both domestically and abroad and left an indelible mark on US foreign policy. To mark the end of Black History Month, GZERO highlights the stories of a select few:

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Mohammed Kudus, Majeed Ashimeru, and Salis Abdul Samed of Ghana celebrate during the AFCON 2023 match between Egypt and Ghana at on January 18, 2024 in Abidjan, Cote d Ivoire.

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The Africa Cup of Nations is underway in Ivory Coast, with the gut-churning knockout stage set to begin on Saturday. The month-long continental soccer tournament happens every two years and recently expanded to accommodate 24 national teams – all of which began the competition hoping to prove they’re the best squad on a continent of 1.4 billion people. We have compiled a list of what you should know about this tournament, including the political backdrop of the event.

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