What makes a good political leader? GPF's George Friedman on why leaders are not omnipotent, but are in fact prisoners to their country's rules and geopolitics. - via
Brain Bar's Ask the Right Question series.
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.
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.
The United Nations is a very large organization, and a very expensive one. But is it effective? GPF Chairman George Friedman discusses whether the UN is money well spent, in a new episode of Brain Bar’s Ask the Right Question series.
What would happen if Russia would suddenly lose its President? Why does the Western media fail to understand the largest country in the world? GPF Chairman George Friedman explains in the newest video from the Brain Bar series, Ask the Right Questions.
How can we solve the problem of migration? First, the elite should recognize its price, says GPF Chairman George Friedman. He explains in the newest video from the Brain Bar series, Ask the Right Questions.
Do not confuse Europe with the European Union, suggests GPF Chairman George Friedman. But has the EU stifled or enhanced the Old Continent? He explains in the newest video from the Brain Bar series, Ask the Right Questions.
What do the key players in Syria want now? GPF’s Dir. of Analysis Jacob L. Shapiro explains what Russia, Turkey, Iran and Syria are after and what could be next for the war-torn country, via TRT World.