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George Friedman on FS Insider

FS Insider's Cris Sheridan interviews GPF Chairman George Friedman on the weakening of the Chinese economy and Mexico's new position as the U.S.' main trading partner. - via Financial Sense.

Jacob Shapiro on the Leighton Smith Podcast

GPF Director of Analysis Jacob L. Shapiro joins Newstalk ZB’s Leighton Smith to discuss the latest developments in China and the connection to Hong Kong, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand.

George Friedman: How to Travel Geopolitically

Watching the subtle ways that people live their lives can provide valuable information on how the economy is really going. George Friedman explains in this episode of Brain Bar's Ask the Right Question series.

Water Problems in India and Iran

Jacob Shapiro and Xander Snyder are back at it to talk climate change, water scarcity in India and Iran, and the future of the Arctic.

George Friedman: When Will the Next Crisis Hit?

The problems we created in 2008, we never solved. So the question is, when will we experience the next crisis, and are we even prepared? George Friedman via Brain Bar's Ask the Right Question series.

George Friedman at the Black Sea and Balkans Security Forum 2019

GPF Chairman George Friedman discusses the security challenges facing the Black Sea and the Balkans, as well as what can be done about these challenges, from the 2019 Black Sea and Balkans Security Forum in Romania.

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