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The Israel-Hamas War — and What It Means for the World | Ian Bremmer | TED

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The Hamas attacks on Israel in October 2023 stunned the world. In this timely conversation, political scientist Ian Bremmer explains the historical context of the conflict, how Israel might respond and what it means for Jews, Palestinians and the world at large. Listen in for analysis of the unprecedented events, how the US may factor into the global response and how to find reliable information amid the breathless media coverage and the fog of war. (This interview, hosted by TED’s head of curation Helen Walters, was recorded on October 9, 2023.)

Watch Ian Bremmer's talk from TED2023 on the next global superpower: https://youtu.be/uiUPD-z9DTg

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