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September 12th, 2006
Episode 24 of 1287 episodes
Ian Bremmer describes the political and economic forces that revitalize some states and push others toward collapse. He concludes that political isolation and sanctions often work against their intended results and that globalization is the key to opening closed authoritarian states.