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Every Nation for Itself

Paperback $16.00

Apr 30, 2013 | 240 Pages

Ebook $12.99

May 01, 2012 | 240 Pages

  • Paperback $16.00

    Apr 30, 2013 | 240 Pages

  • Ebook $12.99

    May 01, 2012 | 240 Pages

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Praise

“Ian Bremmer combines shrewd analysis with colorful storytelling to reveal the risks and opportunities in a world without leadership. This is a fascinating and important book.” — FAREED ZAKARIA, author of The Post-American World

“An insightful look at the relative decline of postwar international institutions, the must-evolve nature of American leadership, and the growing need for long-term, multifaceted cooperation between the United States and China. Required reading for anyone interested in the current state and near-term future of global affairs.”

MUHTAR KENT, CEO, The Coca-Cola Company

“We have entered a new era where challenges are increasingly stretching across geographical borders. Every Nation for Itself is a must-read for any global executive who aspires to accurately assess the risks and exploit the opportunities created by this new environment.”

DUNCAN NIEDERAUER, CEO, NYSE Euronext

Every Nation for Itself is a provocative and important book about what comes next. Ian Bremmer has again turned conventional wisdom on its head.”

NOURIEL ROUBINI, chairman, Roubini Global Economics

“Bremmer’s astute assessment of how the shifting geopolitical landscape will impact political and economic alliances provides essential insights for anyone conducting business at the global level.”

DOMINIC BARTON, global managing director, McKinsey & Company

“Bremmer has written an essential navigational guide for all national and corporate leaders in the new leaderless world.”

SIR MARTIN SORRELL, CEO, WPP

“Global political economy has no sharper or more prescient analyst than Ian Bremmer. Everyone who cares about our collective future will need to carefully consider this book’s impressive arguments.”

LAWRENCE SUMMERS, former U.S. Treasury Secretary

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