Dr. Ian Bremmer, a leading political scientist and president of Eurasia Group, says the world is now in a state of G-Zero (as opposed to a G-8 or G-20). No one nation is willing or able to take on global leadership for the common good of the international community. He states in his global bestseller Every Nation for Itself that “G-Zero will incubate new sources of conflict and push international politics toward multiple forms of crisis.”
This seminar, jointly hosted by top political risk consultancy Eurasia Group and GLOBIS University, gives a quick glance on what is taking place in the world of the G-Zero and its impact on East Asia. Changes in the political leadership in Japan, China, and Korea are taking place nearly simultaneously. What are the implications for business in the region?
Speaker: Dr. Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group
Time and Date: 19:00 – 21:00, Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013
Venue: GLOBIS University, Tokyo, Japan
The G-Zero in 2013, Part 2
About Eurasia Group
This seminar is co-hosted by Eurasia Group, the world’s leading global political risk research and consulting firm. By providing information and insight on how political developments move markets, Eurasia Group helps clients anticipate and respond to instability and opportunities everywhere they do business. Eurasia Group publishes an annual publication which identifies key regions around the world where political risk will be especially acute in the coming year. The list also examines emerging long-term trends.