Charlie Rose, Nov. 16: A discussion about the transition of leadership in China with Eurasia Group founder and president Ian Bremmer, Richard McGregor of the Financial Times and Jim Fallows of The Atlantic.
2012 was a year when politics at times trumped economic fundamentals, from worries about a break- up of the euro zone to anxiety about U.S. budget policy. In 2013, security concerns may do the same thing.
China, the world’s second-largest economy, will stoke resentment in 2011 as its power grows while its willingness to engage in global affairs remains muted, according to Ian Bremmer , president of Eurasia Group.
The political unrest in North Africa and the Middle East is unlikely to produce significant investment opportunities for multinational corporations in the near future, according to three analysts of the region.
Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer on his book "Every Nation for Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World." America in the Age of Dissent." TONIGHT on Charlie Rose @ 7p & 10p ET. (Source: Bloomberg)