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Ian Bremmer

Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

May 21 2014

Column: How far can Modi take India - and how fast?

As a result of last week’s parliamentary election in India, three of the world’s strongest and most transformational leaders are now in Asia: Japan’s Shinzo Abe, China’s Xi Jinping, and India’s Narendra Modi. They control a fifth of the global economy and govern two-fifths of its citizens. All have active plans to shake up their societies.

May 05 2014

Political risk must-reads

Eurasia Group’s weekly selection of essential reading for the political-risk junkie.

Apr 17 2014

Political risk must-reads

Eurasia Group’s weekly selection of essential reading for the political-risk junkie.

Apr 03 2014

Political risk must-reads

Eurasia Group’s weekly selection of essential reading for the political-risk junkie.

Mar 27 2014

The G7 and the limits of Russia’s ‘political isolation’

The G7 suspended Russia for breaking from its core values. Moscow's response: So what?

Mar 13 2014

Who loses most in Ukraine?

The Ukrainian people have lost the most, and have the most yet to lose.

Mar 05 2014

Political risk must-reads

Eurasia Group’s weekly selection of essential reading for the political-risk junkie.

Nov 16 2013

Column: Making sense of China's meager typhoon aid

Faced with a devastating typhoon a mere 700 miles away, Chinese President Xi Jinping this week pledged financial support for the Philippines, as did nearly every other industrialized nation. Australia offered $30 million; the Europeans $11 million; the United Arab Emirates promised $10 million. China offered $100,000.

Nov 14 2013

Column: Making sense of China's meager typhoon aid

Faced with a devastating typhoon a mere 700 miles away, Chinese President Xi Jinping this week pledged financial support for the Philippines, as did nearly every other industrialized nation. Australia offered $30 million; the Europeans $11 million; the United Arab Emirates promised $10 million. China offered $100,000.

Nov 08 2013

Column: An optimist's view of the White House

What will the White House screw up next? Democrats have watched as one calamity after another has befallen what was once the most promising Democratic administration since John F. Kennedy's. Obamacare, the NSA, Syria, heck, even the administration's campaign foibles are back in the news with the publication of the new tell-all book Double Down.

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