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Would President Trump make a new deal with Iran? Kushner on the Middle East

In light of the historic announcement between Israel and the UAE, Ian Bremmer asks President Trump's senior advisor Jared Kushner what it means for US relations with Iran moving forward. Kushner describes Iran as "significantly weakened" under Trump's policies, and suggests the administration is waiting to "make the right deal" with the Gulf nation.

Watch the episode: Jared Kushner on Middle East peace & pandemic in the US

Women are the answer to the recovery of our economy, says Andrea Jung, Grameen America Chief Executive Officer. But women entrepreneurs often struggle to find funding for their ideas. Grameen America, with the support of a Bank of America grant, is stepping in to provide opportunity, particularly for women living in poverty.

Watch how.

It's not like things are going well in Mexico.

COVID has killed more people there than in any country except the United States and Brazil. Just 2 percent of Mexicans have gotten a first vaccine jab, compared with nearly 24 in the US. The Biden administration made clear this week that it won't send vaccines to its southern neighbor until many more Americans have been vaccinated. Mexico's government has cut deals for doses from China, Russia, and India.

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A five year old calls in to speak to the Russian president and learns a lesson he won't forget.

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While Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the health crisis stands out as one of the worst among key political leaders around the world. is his response the main reason that Brazil isn't further along in its vaccination rollout, as Vanessa Barbara argues in an opinion piece for The New York Times? Ian Bremmer and Eurasia Group analysts Chris Garman and Marcelo Alvarenga take out the Red Pen to explain why the causes for delay are much more nuanced and in fact, Brazil has many advantages it can use to make its vaccine program a success.

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As the global vaccination race heats up, the most populous country in the world is trying to do three very hard things at once.

India, grappling with the second highest confirmed COVID caseload in the world, recently embarked on what it called "the world's largest" coronavirus vaccination campaign, seeking to inoculate a sizable swath of its 1.4 billion people.

That alone would be a herculean challenge, but India is also making hundreds of millions of jabs as part of the global COVAX initiative to inoculate low-income countries. And as if those two things weren't enough, Delhi also wants to win hearts and minds by doling out millions more shots directly to other countries in its neighborhood.

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