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Top Political Risks of 2011

Friday, January 14, 2011

With the new year comes some new global risks, according to geopolitical risk research and consulting firm Eurasia Group's recent report, "Top Risks 2011." Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, discusses North Korea, US policy gridlock, WikiLeaks-style "info-anarchists," and other political risks that made this year's list.

Ian Bremmer will be taking part in a panel discussion, "Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2011," on Wednesday, January 19 12:00 PM at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, 170 East 64th Street.

Tickets and information available at CarnegieCouncil.org

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Ian Bremmer
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Comments [1]

I love it when hackers get the label-job... But I digress: Assange will NOT b the "first to go down as a cyber-martyr". Kevin Mitnick, Jo Johansen, and even Alan Turing can be said to be e-martyrs but that assumes that hackers like, want, or covet the notion of martyrdom - which isn't the case.

Jan. 14 2011 10:55 AM

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