Voices of the Next Generation: A Conversation with Ian Bremmer

Speaker:
Ian Bremmer President, Eurasia Group; Author, The J Curve: A New Way to Understand Why Nations Rise and Fall
Presider:
David P. Apgar Contributor, Corporate Executive Board; Author, Risk Intelligence: Learning More to Manage What We Don't Know
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With the new “Voices of the Next Generation” series, the Council seeks to identify and feature fresh, young voices in the nation’s foreign policy discourse. At the second meeting of the series, Ian Bremmer will discuss the interaction of openness and stability in global and national politics.

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