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 Slate 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.

TODAY IN SLATE

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Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

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Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.

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So they added a little self-immolation.

Two Damn Good, Very Different Movies About Soldiers Returning From War

Medical Examiner

The Most Terrifying Thing About Ebola 

The disease threatens humanity by preying on humanity.

Students Aren’t Going to College Football Games as Much Anymore, and Schools Are Getting Worried

The Good Wife Is Cynical, Thrilling, and Grown-Up. It’s Also TV’s Best Drama.

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Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.