Ian Bremmer: Hi, I’m Ian Bremmer, with my friend Ashton.
Ashton Kutcher: Hi, I’m Ashton Kutcher, in LA, with my friend Ian.
Ian: There we go. We thought we’d do the World in 60 Seconds for you.
Ashton: 60 seconds.
Ian: That’s it.
Ashton: That’s it.
Ashton: Whole world?
Ian: Whole world. All your questions.
Ashton: Get ready.
Ian: We ready? Go.
Ashton: The World in 60 seconds. North Korea: will China clamp down?
Ian: No, they’re not going to clamp down, and South Korea and the United States are going to collaborate more as a consequence.
Ashton: Not at all?
Ian: Chinese hate that, I know. It’s rough, but no, they’re not going to clamp down.
Ashton: As deep in trouble as they are in right now?
Ian: As deep in trouble.
Ashton: They don’t want support?
Ian: The Chinese ultimately do not want North Korea to fall apart. They’re not willing to go hard.
Ashton: Okay. Syria: who benefits more from peace talks failing: ISIS or Assad?
Ian: Bashar Assad. He’s taking more territory every day. The Russians love it.
Ashton: It’s unbelievable.
Ian: Isn’t it horrible?
Ashton: It’s crazy.
Ian: I know, nonetheless, ISIS still getting hit.
Ashton: It’s crazy. Alright. US elections: is Rubio a serious contender?
Ian: He is a serious contender, but I think it’s too early to say. I think there are still three or four.
Ashton: What about that last debate?
Ian: It was pretty bad.
Ashton: Chris Christie kind of beat him up a little bit.
Ian: He said the same thing every time.
Ashton: Even after he got called out on saying the same thing, he said the same thing.
Ian: Many times. I think there are still a good four candidates on the Republican side that could get the nomination.
Ashton: Okay. India: in 15 years, could they get a permanent seat…
Ashton: Was that 60 seconds?
[Off-mic]: That was 60.
Ashton: I talked too much. We gotta finish the question. I took some of your speaking time.
Ian: You did.
Ashton: People don’t want to hear what I have to say.
Ashton: India: in 15 years, could they get a permanent seat on the Security Council?
Ian: I think it is more likely in 15 years-time that the Security Council doesn’t exist than any new permanent seats are going to be established.
Ashton: But you believe that about any multi-national organization.
Ian: The G-Zero will tell you that. There you go.
Ashton: He hates multi-national organizations.
Ian: I don’t hate them. I just don’t think they’re as strong as most people believe they are.
Ashton: He didn’t like Woodrow Wilson, and he doesn’t like this.
Ian: League of Nations. That was your favorite international organization?
Ashton: I’m just saying. It’s kind of like the first international organization, right?
Ian: Ashton’s old-school. Look at the hat! Okay, buddy. Good seeing you.
Ashton: Good seeing you.