For all the Davos junkies out there

Enjoy reading about global elites and their plans for saving and/or dominating the world? Check out FP blogger and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer’s insider dispatches from the hallways and impromptu salons of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, as well as the Washington Post‘s comprehensive coverage of the event. In his latest missive, Bremmer ...

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Enjoy reading about global elites and their plans for saving and/or dominating the world? Check out FP blogger and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer's insider dispatches from the hallways and impromptu salons of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, as well as the Washington Post's comprehensive coverage of the event.

In his latest missive, Bremmer relays that the consensus in Davos is that Yukio Hatoyama's government is doomed, doomed, doomed. It's only a matter of time before Japan has another change of government.

Enjoy reading about global elites and their plans for saving and/or dominating the world? Check out FP blogger and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer’s insider dispatches from the hallways and impromptu salons of the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, as well as the Washington Post‘s comprehensive coverage of the event.

In his latest missive, Bremmer relays that the consensus in Davos is that Yukio Hatoyama’s government is doomed, doomed, doomed. It’s only a matter of time before Japan has another change of government.

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