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AUKUS and the Indo-Pacific | ClubGPF Podcast+ Bonus with Ronan Wordsworth

What are the geopolitical implications of the AUKUS partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States? In our most recent Podcast+ episode for ClubGPF members, analyst Ronan Wordsworth joined host Christian Smith for a discussion on the future of AUKUS and what the potential addition of Japan and New Zealand to the alliance could mean for China and the Indo-Pacific

ISIS Threats and Hindu Nationalism in India | ClubGPF Podcast+ Bonus with Kamran Bokhari

What’s on the horizon for the world’s largest democracy? In our most recent Podcast+ episode for ClubGPF members, GPF contributor Kamran Bokhari joined host Christian Smith for a discussion on the geopolitical implications of India’s upcoming election, how it can continue its balancing act between the US, China and the rest of the world, and why it has cause for concern over the recent ISIS attack in Moscow.

The Leighton Smith Podcast: George Friedman on Storms, Wars and the Potential for Peace

On this episode of NewstalkZB's Leighton Smith Podcast, GPF Chairman George Friedman is in studio to discuss the current wars raging in the Middle East and Ukraine, how peace might come to Ukraine, as well as the role of space in warfare.

Allison Fedirka on The John Batchelor Show: Resolving the Venezuela-Guyana Border Dispute

Ever since the 1897 Treaty of Washington, which initially demarcated the border between Venezuela and Guyana, there has been disagreement on the part of Venezuela. Caracas' new sense of urgency over the issue is due to a series of geostrategic and political factors. Allison Fedirka joined John Batchelor to discuss the complicated border standoff and its wide-reaching implications.

Antonia Colibasanu on The John Batchelor Show: Romania, Moldova, and Ukrainian Reconstruction

What role do Romania and Moldova, who are also on the front lines of the war in Ukraine, play in the war-torn country's reconstruction efforts? Antonia Colibasanu joined John Batchelor to discuss efforts being made by their governments and NGOs, and how to keep these efforts going as funding becomes more strained in the process.

Geopolitics in the 21st Century | The Emerging World Order

On this episode of Talking Geopolitics we conclude our subscriber-only limited series, Geopolitics in the 21st Century. Chairman George Friedman and host Christian Smith focus in on the big picture of geopolitics. There is a new order coming, but unlike the reordering that took place after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991. How and why is the world changing? What will this new world look like when it's emerged?

Special Edition: Israel at War | George Friedman on Where the Conflict Goes from Here

As the world reels from the shocking violence in Israel and Palestine, Geopolitical Futures brings you a special edition of Talking Geopolitics. GPF Chairman George Friedman joins Christian Smith to discuss why the attacks took place, why Israel’s intelligence failed, and how the conflict will put pressure on Arab nations - and not in the way you may think.

Geopolitics in the 21st Century | The Rise of Geoeconomics

On this episode of Talking Geopolitics, we continue our subscriber-only limited series Geopolitics in the 21st Century. After the pandemic and war in Ukraine accelerated changes in the world economy and encouraged the weaponization of economics, Senior Analyst Antonia Colibășanu joins host Christian Smith for a discussion on why geoeconomics is set to dominate the 21st century.

Antonia Colibasanu on The John Batchelor Show: Securing Ukrainian Exports and Romanian Ports

Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu announced the country intends to expand critical grain shipments from Ukraine as Russia's war on Ukraine continues to disrupt trade in the Black Sea Basin. Antonia Colibasanu joined John Batchelor to discuss Romania's role in not only Black Sea trade but also its importance in keeping Ukraine's economy afloat, which is not without risk.

George Friedman on The John Batchelor Show: Ukraine, Turkey, and the Black Sea Grain Deal

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced he intends to revive the Black Sea Grain Deal, an initiative crucial to Ukraine as one of the world's largest grain exporters. GPF Chairman George Friedman joined John Batchelor on the day of this announcement to discuss the latest on the deal, and not only the war on the frontlines in Ukraine, but the economic war Russia continues to wage.

Geopolitics in the 21st Century | Tensions Across Eurasia

On this episode of Talking Geopolitics we begin a subscriber-only limited series on some of the key issues in geopolitics today. Chairman George Friedman joins host Christian Smith for a deeper look at the current movements, motives and potential outcomes of the Russo-Ukrainian War and the ongoing friction between the US and China.

Allison Fedirka on The John Batchelor Show: Fentanyl on the Rise in the US, a Geopolitical Disaster

US government agencies are working hard to choke off illicit flows of fentanyl, with precursor materials originating mainly from thousands of Chinese companies. GPF's Allison Fedirka joined John Batchelor to discuss the US' anti-China stance and its hope for Latin America, who is heavily involved in the drug trade.

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