A Look Ahead at News and Events for 2011

Monday, December 27, 2010

UN workers unload ballot papers printed in Britain for the upcoming independence referendum on South Sudan upon arrival on a plane at Juba airport on December 22, 2010. (Trevor Snapp/Getty)

As 2010 winds down, we're getting predictions for what the world will look like in 2011. All week long, we'll be talking with writers, critics, and big thinkers about topics ranging from politics to population, conflict and culture. We speak with Daniel Franklin, executive editor of the Economist and editor of the feature, “The World in 2011,” along with Joanne Lipmann, founding editor-in-cheif of Portfolio Magazine.




Daniel Franklin and Joanne Lipmann

Produced by:

Arwa Gunja

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