On this episode of Talking Geopolitics, host Christian Smith discusses the geopolitics of rare earths with East Asia expert Phillip Orchard; Chairman George Friedman ponders power and the rise and fall of nations. Managing Editor Cole Altom and Dir. of Analysis Allison Fedirka tell us what’s been grabbing their attention in the world of geopolitics.
Geopolitics is our bread and butter. It's also a term easily thrown around without accurately conveying its meaning. On this first episode of the new Talking Geopolitics podcast, host Christian Smith talks with the founder of Geopolitical Futures, George Friedman, about the fundamentals behind the company's work. Dir. of Analysis Allison Fedirka explains how Cuba's poor economic condition has helped propel the island back in to the spotlight.
Talking Geopolitics is a bi-monthly non-partisan podcast brought to you by Geopolitical Futures, where you'll find in-depth discussions with George Friedman and our team of analysts on what matters in the world today.
George Friedman discusses his new book, The Storm Before the Calm, the implications from Donald Trump’s second Impeachment, and geopolitical forecasts for the year to come in 2021, with ABC Radio Melbourne host Bern Young.
NewsTalk NZ's Leighton Smith talks with Geopolitical Futures Chairman George Friedman on his new book, The Storm Before the Calm: America's Discord, the Coming Crisis of the 2020s, and the Triumph Beyond.
Leighton Smith speaks with Geopolitical Futures’ senior analyst and Professor of Politics at the American University of Beirut Hilal Khashan on Lebanon: history, politics, Hezbollah, Iran, banking and Covid-19.
In May, 2020, George Friedman participated in the Strategic Investment Conference, presented by Mauldin Economics. Here, he discusses his latest book, The Storm Before the Calm, and the crises that he predicts for the 2020s.