Geopolitical Futures in the Press – 2015


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Dec. 28, 2015 Boston Herald – ISIS could test U.S. war resolve
“The real question of 2016 is, is any main Western force going to engage on the ground,” said George Friedman, an international security expert and founder of Geopolitical Futures, saying that type of entanglement would elicit memories of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. “President Obama, he’s clearly not prepared for Round Three of the jihadi wars.”

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Dec. 28, 2015 The Huffington Post – Top 10 Global Predictions for 2016
“Given the historic, unsettling activity that we’re seeing globally and Friedman’s forecasting track record, I was curious about what he sees ahead for 2016. Now the Chairman of Geopolitical Futures, an online subscription-based service that forecasts global events for the public, Friedman shared the company’s predictions for the New Year…”

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Dec. 12, 2015 Real Clear World – A Big Day in Geopolitics
“As our readers know, Geopolitical Futures operates from a model of how the world works. It is built around forecasts, net assessments, geopolitical assessments and so forth…Therefore, it is noteworthy when one event occurs that manages to move our model forward…To cut to the chase, yesterday was that kind of extraordinary day…”

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Dec. 10, 2015 One Radio Network – George Friedman American Political Scientist and Author of Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisis in Europe (audio interview with Dr. George Friedman)

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Dec. 2, 2015 Bloomberg – If World Slips Toward War, Blame Leaders’ Imaginations
“When George Friedman, founder of the geopolitical intelligence firm Stratfor, published a book of predictions for the 21st century in 2009, a lot of it read like comedy. It no longer does: Regardless of whether Friedman got his specific forecasts right, old-fashioned geopolitics is making a comeback in the very countries he named as key players for his vision of the future.”

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