When we think about people with incredible control over their institutions and no checks and balances, we often think of classic rogue actors like Russia’s Vladimir Putin. But Ian Bremmer, founder and president of global risk research consultancy Eurasia Group, would also include business leaders like Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk. They’re not dictators of countries, but they do control, truly control, immensely powerful global platforms that operate with some level of sovereignty outside the power purview of governments. “And I think that the disruptive implications of that for good and for bad are also unprecedented.”

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