RealClearWorld: Supply Chains: Our Parachute Moment

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The global supply chain crisis is not about receiving Christmas gifts; it’s about whether medicine and food will be stocked in time. This may...

JORNAL ECONÓMICO: A Maior Corrida do Mundo é Pelo Controlo da Inteligência Artificial

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“As interconexões económicas criam dependências. Quanto mais um país depende de outro, mais o seu poder enfraquece e este é o caso da China...

FS Insider: US ‘Generations’ Ahead of Russia, China and Iran in Weapons Technology, Says George Friedman

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George Friedman, founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, discusses his view of the world in light of recent events in the Middle East, the U.S.-China trade...

InDepthNews – Nixon and Trump: The Politics of Impeachment

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The evolution of the American political system inevitably has an impact on the global system. If the United States shifts direction in even minor...

Newsweek – Kellyanne Conway Suggests Trump is Better Because he Doesn’t ‘Study’ Situations Before Making Decisions

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"George Friedman, founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, told Newsweek that Iran was definitely behind the attack on Aramco. 'There is no doubt that...

The Geopolitics of Deadwood: Cold War in the Black Hills

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This April Fools’ Day, we pay homage to the HBO cult Western that expertly blended fact and fiction, and the city that inspired it. The long-awaited movie will be released in May.

Coups in Africa Since 1950

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A recent failed coup in Gabon is just the latest attempt to overthrow an African government.

George Friedman on the G-7 Summit and Historic Singapore Summit

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As the G-7 summit has come to a close in Canada, U.S. President Donald Trump is now preparing for a historic summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. George Friedman breaks down what really happened at the G-7 and what could come from the meeting in Singapore.

After Pulling Out Of Multiple Deals, How Is America’s Reputation?

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Earlier this week, President Trump declared the U.S. would pull out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, which is better known as the Iran Nuclear Deal. This follows the administration’s decisions to leave the Paris Climate Agreement, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and enter into NAFTA renegotiations.

How does this affect how the U.S. is seen by allies and adversaries alike?

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