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Is the era of American superpower over? The world’s financial and cultural centers are now scattered across the globe. The world’s richest man is from Mexico. The biggest casino is in Macao. The most prolific movie industry is in India. Fareed Zakaria says we’re witnessing the “rise of the rest” as countries like China challenge our global influence. He joins Kojo to look at the hazards and opportunities for the United States in a “post-American” world.
- Fareed Zakaria Editor of "Newsweek International" and author of "The Post-American World" (W. W. Norton)
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