Ian Bremmer: US Leadership Abroad Undercut by Racism | Rodney King to George Floyd | GZERO World

Watch Ian Bremmer’s analysis of how the murder of George Floyd has impacted global views of the U.S. as protests ripple not just across this nation, but the …


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  • T the X

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    Wow!!! Lies lies lies The USA did not support Africans in their fight against apartheid. This is a lie. Reagan refused to place sanctions

    kl wies

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    Let's face it. Democracy in US is about Division. Despite its Mighty Propaganda system to fool the World and its own population there are deep seated problems of Racism, Socio economic inequality and today does not even pretend to be a Democracy but Oligarchy run Govt. In order not to discuss Real issues and problems in the US Politics has descended into Political Correctness in order to clamp down on uncomfortable issues and a values wrestling match of conservative vs liberal on meaningless banter about sex, abortion, guns while the Real issues go untouched. Trump represented the Real America not the advertised one. As with society of any country once income inequality reaches a boiling point then comes the KO punch of pandemic then exploded and finally everything is exposed. From long lines of unemployment to impending mass homelessness, serious race issue that has always been swept under the carpet resulting in Reality asserting itself.

    Lex Nel

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    November is fast approaching. Let's see how this will go. Will Americans at least try to right the ship.

    Sharon Twidle

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    Excellent. one, good visuals, background music good, love it.


    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    Sadly, because of Trump's leadership, trading insults between nations have been the norm. There is no such thing as diplomacy. Covid 19 has made it worst. There is no longer mutual respect. Tweet diplomacy and blame game seem to be norm these days.

  • Very Interesting

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)


    Maine Coon Cat

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    Ian Bremmer for President

    Mark j1

    (December 3, 2020 - 1:10 pm)

    Thank you.

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