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George Friedman on the Leighton Smith Podcast

Newstalk ZB’s Leighton Smith brings GPF Chairman George Friedman back on his podcast to discuss the latest geopolitical events in China as push comes to shove in the U.S.-China trade war, updates on Brexit and the future of the U.K. Does it even matter anymore whether Britain leaves or remains?

The Latest on North Korea and Iran

Jacob L. Shapiro welcomes Xander Snyder and Phillip Orchard onto the podcast to discuss the latest on U.S. relations with North Korea and Iran.

The World and Everything in it – The Olasky Interview: George Friedman

Interestingly, the country that Texas and California, the two largest states, export the most to is Mexico. The idea that we would close the border? Well, we would expect...

The Australian Financial Review – Brexit and Charles de Gaulle’s last laugh

As we watch the British government tear itself apart over its relationship to Europe, it is useful to stop and consider the deeper origins of the crisis. – George...

Newsweek – TRUMP OFFICIALS ARE ‘BENDING OVER BACKWARDS’ TO GIVE SAUDI ARABIA ACCESS TO NUCLEAR MATERIAL, SENATOR WARNS

“George Friedman, founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, pointed out to Newsweek that past Democratic and Republican presidents have stuck by the Saudi regime despite its poor record on...

The Geopolitics of Deadwood

Join Cole, Jacob, and Phillip on this auspicious April Fools’ Day for a discussion of the Geopolitics of Deadwood. No unauthorized cinnamon.

To read the report, click here: https://geopoliticalfutures.com/geopolitics-deadwood-cold-war-black-hills/

Our previous April Fools’ pieces on Game of Thrones and Dune are here:

https://geopoliticalfutures.com/geopolitics-ice-fire/

https://geopoliticalfutures.com/the-geopolitics-of-dune/

Intro+Exit music by Jason Shaw, “Hoedown” and “Serenity.”

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