Geopolitical futures podcast

Geopolitical futures podcast

Geopolitical futures

Visit www.geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast for more information. 5th of January, 2021 The Storm Before the Calm, by Leighton Smith and George Friedman Leighton Smith of NewsTalk NZ speaks with George Friedman of Geopolitical Futures about his new book, The Storm Before the Calm: America’s Discord, the Coming Crisis of the 2020s, and the Triumph Beyond.
Sign up for free email updates on similar subjects! Visit http://bit.ly/gpf202032 for more details. 4th of July, 2019 The Water Issues in India and Iran Jacob Shapiro and Xander Snyder return to discuss climate change, India’s and Iran’s water shortage, and the future of the Arctic.
Sign up for free email updates on similar subjects! Go to https://bit.ly/2w9bCYd for more information. 44 minutes 12th of June, 2019 On the Leighton Smith Podcast, George Friedman is interviewed. GPF Chairman George Friedman returns to Newstalk ZB’s podcast to address the current geopolitical developments in China as the US-China trade war heats up, Brexit changes, and the United Kingdom’s future. Is it really that important if Britain leaves or stays? 27 minutes The Latest on North Korea and Iran, May 9, 2019 Xander Snyder and Phillip Orchard join Jacob L. Shapiro on the podcast to discuss the new developments in US-North Korean and Iran relations.

Introducing talking geopolitics: series trailer

Geopolitical Futures, an online publication created by globally known geopolitical forecaster George Friedman, produces a bi-monthly non-partisan podcast. Geopolitical Futures shows you what matters and what doesn’t in foreign relations.

It’s billed as “political commentary from above the fray,” but it’s just an uninteresting elitist faculty lounge musing. It was a waste of my time. Friedman’s remarks are especially obnoxious: Same old cred-building “Nixon was a terrible criminal” trope, but with the addition of historical revisionism that “Obama and Trump both had…” Read the entire article here »
“Did you know that the Kings and the Pels and Blazers have the same record? At the very least, in keeping with the rest of your Kings commentary, you should give the Kings your obligatory dumping on them comment, stating that they have no chance at 8. Grow a pair. Carry out your responsibilities. Or is this all a frivolous pastime for you?”
The Alhambra Decree and its links to Colonialism are discussed by Managing Editor Cole Altom and Director of Analysis Allison Fedirka. Chairman George Friedman addresses his new book, “The Storm Before the Calm,” in which he describes America’s socioeconomic and institutional cycles, as well as the coronavirus’s minor effects. ..

Podcast: not another cold war

Geopolitical Futures, an online publication created by globally known geopolitical forecaster George Friedman, produces a bi-monthly non-partisan podcast. Geopolitical Futures shows you what matters and what doesn’t in foreign relations. For more information, visit https://geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast.
Geopolitical Futures, an online publication created by globally known geopolitical forecaster George Friedman, produces a bi-monthly non-partisan podcast. Geopolitical Futures shows you what matters and what doesn’t in foreign relations. For more information, visit https://geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast.
It’s billed as “political commentary from above the fray,” but it’s just an uninteresting elitist faculty lounge musing. It was a waste of my time. Friedman’s remarks are especially obnoxious: The old cred-building “Nixon was a terrible criminal” trope is back, this time with the historical revisionism that “Obama and Trump had exactly the same foreign policy” and wanted to challenge China. That’s right. Following that, I’m supposed to assume Biden will confront China after being literally bought and built by China? After the first episode, I’m canceling my subscription. Would like to know how this tripe is paid for.

The rise and fall of nations; the future of rare earths

Geopolitical Futures, an online publication created by globally known geopolitical forecaster George Friedman, produces a bi-monthly non-partisan podcast. Geopolitical Futures shows you what matters and what doesn’t in foreign relations. For more information, visit https://geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast.
Geopolitical Futures, an online publication created by globally known geopolitical forecaster George Friedman, produces a bi-monthly non-partisan podcast. Geopolitical Futures shows you what matters and what doesn’t in foreign relations. For more information, visit https://geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast.

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