Podcast

If Iran Went Nuclear, Would It Even Matter?
August 13, 2018

The heat is on Iran. Its economy is faltering. The currency is falling. The people are protesting. The government...


Turkey and the US: An On-Again, Off-Again Relationship
August 3, 2018

The U.S. and Turkey have a lot of big mutual problems (Iran, the Islamic State, Bashar Assad) yet seem...

The Problem with ‘Populism’
July 27, 2018

Is populism an ideology? Is it a political tool? A political weapon? The term has been bastardized over the...


Is NATO Obsolete?
June 23, 2018

This week, the head of NATO wrote a column politely reminding everyone about the use of the military alliance....

Italy’s View of France and Germany
June 18, 2018

GPF Director Jacob Shapiro welcomes special guest Dario Fabbri, Senior Analyst at Limes, to talk about Italy’s view of...


Making Sense of the North Korea Talks
June 15, 2018

The unprecedented meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un raises an important question:...

War Games, Malaysian Intrigue, the ‘Libya Model’
May 31, 2018

This week, Jacob and Cole stitch together a few separate recordings that were made throughout the week. We have...


An Italian-American Summit
May 11, 2018

In this bonus episode, GPF Chairman George Friedman sits down for a short conversation with Limes magazine director Lucio...

Everything in the World
May 8, 2018

After two weeks off, it’s time to catch up on the world’s events – perfect timing, considering this week...


Not Another Cold War
April 24, 2018

Russia and the United States have been convenient strawmen for each other for some time. It makes sense for...

What Happens in Iran Doesn’t Stay in Iran
April 17, 2018

Domestic politics always play a role in international affairs. But do they do so now more than other times?...


Toasting London, a Year Before Brexit
April 10, 2018

GPF Podcast returns after a week off to address what promises to be a busy few days ahead. Plus,...

Spotlight on Turkey
March 26, 2018

With so much drama in the Middle East, it’s nearly irresponsible to focus on just one actor – emphasis...