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GZERO World with Ian Bremmer

Jun 26, 2019

How do you measure success? Maybe it's by money, job, or family. Whatever it is, there's usually something tangible to gauge. But what happens when the old metrics stop working? This week Ian Bremmer sits down with Gillian Tett of the Financial Times, who says the scales by which we evaluate everything from the...


Surviving on Dragonflies: A North Korean Defector's Story with Yeonmi Park

Jun 17, 2019

"Seeing dead bodies on the street was a part of everyday life." Growing up in North Korea, Yeonmi Park says she survived the great famine of the 1990s by foraging for grasshoppers and dragonflies. Today she is a human rights activist living in Chicago. How she got from there to here is the story of a lifetime. And it's...


Jun 17, 2019

"Seeing dead bodies on the street was a part of everyday life." Growing up in North Korea, Yeonmi Park says she survived the great famine of the 1990s by foraging for grasshoppers and dragonflies. Today she is a human rights activist living in Chicago. How she got from there to here is the story of a lifetime. And it's...


Jun 10, 2019

We're digging into the politics of data, artificial intelligence, automation, and how all three could make American tech companies look a lot like their Chinese counterparts. Ian sits down with Amy Webb, CEO of the Future Today Institute, talks about how tech titans and their machines could warp humanity. 


Jun 3, 2019

The United States is the world's undisputed superpower. But how much longer can that last? Enter: China. Ian Bremmer talks to the man who once commanded the world's most powerful military, former Defense Secretary Ash Carter.