Political Futures Feb 09 (Video in full) (27:12 mins)

Feb 24, 2009

Ian Bremmer (Eurasia Group) and Joel Rosenthal (Carnegie Council) discuss top risks for 2009, including the dangers of over-regulation; Bush legacy issues, such as Guantanamo; climate change; and U.S. relations with China, Russia, Israel, Iran, and Cuba.

Ian Bremmer (Eurasia Group) and Joel Rosenthal (Carnegie Council) discuss top risks for 2009, including the dangers of over-regulation; Bush legacy issues, such as Guantanamo; climate change; and U.S. relations with China, Russia, Israel, Iran, and Cuba.

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