Ian Bremmer

Ian Bremmer is president of the Eurasia Group, a global political risk consultancy, and author of the bookThe J Curve: A New Way To Understand Why Nations Rise and Fall.

Foreigners
Sept. 18 2008 12:31 PMReasons To Be GloomyFour things to worry about.
Dispatches
Oct. 5 2007 7:27 AMOlympics Jitters and Trouble From Taiwan
Dispatches
Oct. 3 2007 3:11 PMHow China Is Like a Bicycle
Foreigners
May 10 2007 11:36 AMWhat's Next for Nigeria?Sure, the elections were rigged, but the economic future is relatively rosy.
Dispatches
Jan. 10 2007 2:57 PMMidnight at the OasisDubai's visionary rulers have avoided political controversy, but that will likely end in 2007.
Foreigners
Sept. 29 2006 11:52 AMLula's Silver LiningThe good news about Brazil's problems.
Foreigners
Aug. 2 2006 1:14 PMThe Man in HavanaHow has Fidel Castro stayed in power for so long?
The Gist
May 10 2006 11:56 AMThe Little Guys of the Oil BusinessMeet the "marginal producers."
Foreigners
March 7 2006 1:16 PMChina's Underpopulation CrisisIndia has one, too.
Foreigners
Jan. 23 2006 10:32 AMOur Status Quo Foreign PolicyManaging conflict doesn't mean avoiding crises.
Recycled
Feb. 19 2008 1:58 PMAdios, ComandanteHow did Fidel Castro stay in power for so long?
Dispatches
Oct. 4 2007 7:25 AMShopping With the Red Chinese
Foreigners
Aug. 29 2007 7:31 AMShould We Be Worried About Russia and China Ganging Up on the West?Probably not. Here's why.
Foreigners
April 16 2007 7:18 AMA Useful DistractionWhy the Iranian mullahs will never silence Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Foreigners
Nov. 22 2006 1:33 PMFreedom From Fear Trumps the Freedom To VoteWhy it's so hard to establish democracy in countries like Russia and Iraq.
Foreigners
Aug. 16 2006 3:43 PMThe Alternative Middle East QuartetDespite the cease-fire, the region is more volatile than ever.
Foreigners
July 12 2006 6:30 AMNeighborly LoveAre China and Russia getting too friendly?
Foreigners
April 10 2006 6:24 AMWeak President, Strong ProtectionistsAnother way Iraq hurts the U.S. economy.
Foreigners
Feb. 15 2006 7:12 AMIs Burma the Next Iran?A new gas discovery could pay for the nuclear technology they crave.
Foreigners
Dec. 27 2005 1:25 PMNot All Nonrevolutions Are Created EqualWhy unremarkable elections still matter.