August 29th, 2010
11:00 PM ET

GPS August 29, 2010: Big Ideas with Clay Shirky, Richard Florida & Robert Kaplan

On our big ideas program, we start with big ideas on foreign policy with a great strategist, Robert Kaplan, who will explain to us the new geopolitics of the most important spot on the earth - East Asia. He will talk to us about the geography of Chinese power.

We then move to a geography closer to home, the city, and how it will change as Americans adapt to a world after the recession. Richard Florida on the great reset in American lives.

Clay Shirky, the great Internet guru, is next up on whether the Web is making us smarter, dumber or more free.

Also, "What in the World?" A big idea about nuclear weapons. How many do we need to keep to keep us safe?

And then a last look at a more invisible soldier. Can you spot him?

Read the full transcript here.

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Topics: China • Competitiveness • Economy • Global • GPS Episodes • GPS Show • Innovation • Internet • Military • Science • United States

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