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A bi-monthly non-partisan podcast brought to you by Geopolitical Futures, an online publication founded by internationally recognized geopolitical forecaster George Friedman. Geopolitical Futures tells you what matters in international affairs and what doesn’t. Go to https://geopoliticalfutures.com/podcast for details.
 
The South China Morning Post political economy team analyse the latest economic data from China, delve deep into the ongoing US-China trade and tech war, and examine China's changing economic relationship with Europe, Africa and the Indo-Pacific. Hear deep background on Beijing's political machinations and how they affect policy and its global diplomacy.
 
Aspiring geopolitical forecaster and Twitch politics streamer Tyberius D blends demography, economics, geography, and politics into a spiderweb worldview that explains where we have been, are, and (probably) going. Tune in as he discusses personally or with guests the issues of yesterday, today, and tomorrow that affect Americans but also people around the world.
 
🌏 The Geopolitics & Power Podcast - Presented by Ryan Faulkner-Hogg. From the worlds biggest infrastructure projects to shady financing, to debt-trap diplomacy, to what the real implications of a headline are - this podcast is going to go deep into it. It's a weird thing to be really into, but I am very much into my maps, and really fascinated by how geography wields and restricts power. This extends into politics and then further into investment. This podcast is going to tackle these issues ...
 
Geopolitics on the Move is a podcast series hosted by Sean Guillory (SRB Podcast) and Fyodor Lukyanov (Russia in Global Affairs) that discusses the crucial geopolitical issues that currently define world politics with some of the best Russian, European, and American thinkers. Geopolitics on the Move is produced by Russia in Global Affairs, the Graduate Initiative in Russian Studies at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, and the Center for Russian, Eastern European, & Eurasian ...
 
The Arctic is experiencing rapid and extraordinary economic, environmental, political, and security transformation, presenting new opportunities for international cooperation but also the potential for regional competition and even conflict. The melting of the Arctic ice cap is now exceeding previous scientific and climatic predictions. The increasingly ice-free Arctic waters and technological advancements have created greater accessibility to the Arctic region. New commercial opportunities ...
 
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Could the incident of the Ever Given running aground in the Suez Canal, disrupting global trade for six days, be a turning point that leads to an expansion of container shipping along the Northern Sea Route and other Arctic passages? Or will the risks and costs associated with Arctic shipping, even when taking climate change and geopolitics into co…
 
Chairman George Friedman explores China’s relationship with both the United States and Russia, as well as its tendency towards isolation. East Asia Expert Phillip Orchard breaks down the geopolitical imperatives that drive China’s behavior. Director of Analysis Allison Fedirka gives us an update on the tension at the Colombia–Venezuela border. Host…
 
In a week that the US State Department openly flirted with – then pulled back from – the idea of a boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, SCMP political economy editors Zhou Xin and John Carter discuss the significance of the Games to China's image-building efforts, the dilemma it would create for potential sponsors and the realpolitik of Was…
 
Marc Faber discusses the “Great Reset”, the failure of democracy, and the central bank bubble economy. He looks at the merits of capitalism, the failures of socialism, and the rise of China. Peering into the future of U.S. empire, a Soviet-style collapse is possible and the dollar will lose its reserve status, but the geopolitical […]…
 
Article For This Episode - https://atlasgeographica.com/vince-beiser/​ Vince Beiser joined me on the podcast recently. He is the author of The World In A Grain: The Story Of Sand. Sand is the most important solid substance on Earth. It is not an exaggeration to assert that without it we don't have our modern civilisation. Sand is the building block…
 
Marc Faber discusses the “Great Reset”, the failure of democracy, and the central bank bubble economy. He looks at the merits of capitalism, the failures of socialism, and the rise of China. Peering into the future of U.S. empire, a Soviet-style collapse is possible and the dollar will lose its reserve status, but the geopolitical […]…
 
Former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter discusses US foreign policy, the decline of US empire, and the shift toward a multipolar world. He considers the Biden administration to be one of the most dangerous in modern times as it has gone back to square one (the post-WWII era), demanding American allies and the world subordinate […]…
 
Former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter discusses US foreign policy, the decline of US empire, and the shift toward a multipolar world. He considers the Biden administration to be one of the most dangerous in modern times as it has gone back to square one (the post-WWII era), demanding American allies and the world subordinate […]…
 
The fallout from a lightning blitz of sanctions between Western nations and China over alleged abuses in Xinjiang continues. China's stinging official retaliation raises huge questions about its investment deal with Europe, while China's netizen army has risen up against Western brands in response. H&M, Nike, Hugo Boss, and Adidas and their stances…
 
Managing Editor Cole Altom and Director of Analysis Allison Fedirka discuss the Alhambra Decree and its ties to Colonialism. Chairman George Friedman discusses his book ‘The Storm Before the Calm’ and explains America’s socioeconomic and institutional cycles and the coronavirus’ negligible impact on them. East Asia expert Phillip Orchard tells us w…
 
In light of existential threats such as thermonuclear war, Democratic World Federalist Roger Kotila explains the need for a world government in the form of a constitutional world federation. He explains the history of the movement, why the League of Nations and the United Nations are not proper forms of global government, and the road […]…
 
In light of existential threats such as thermonuclear war, Democratic World Federalist Roger Kotila explains the need for a world government in the form of a constitutional world federation. He explains the history of the movement, why the League of Nations and the United Nations are not proper forms of global government, and the road […]…
 
Finbarr Bermingham and the SCMP political economy team delve beneath the opening bluster of the US-China meeting in Anchorage and analyse the bigger picture. What of the US opening gambit on Xinjiang, Hong Kong and Taiwan? What will the agreement on action to confront climate change mean? Zhou Xin looks at the media coverage in mainland China media…
 
On this episode of Talking Geopolitics, host Christian Smith discusses Geopolitical Futures’ Chief Operating Officer Antonia Colibasanu’s new book, Contemporary Geopolitics and Geoeconomics 2.0, and how an update was in order after 2020; Director of Analysis Allison Fedirka and Eastern Europe expert Ekaterina Zolotova tell us what’s been on their r…
 
150 years ago, a new country in the center of Europe was born. A nation that when formed, was as strong as any other two nations in Europe combined. Ever since then, Germany has been the epicenter of most of the events of Europe. Will this continue, or is the clock running out on Germany?โดย Tyberius D
 
Gregory Copley discusses the “trigger of the fear pandemic” which has initiated an all-out and amorphous total war between the U.S., China, and the rest of the world. He explains how the historical cycle is now coming to a close, where we’ve reached peak wealth and demographics. We have entered an era characterized by the […]…
 
Gregory Copley discusses the “trigger of the fear pandemic” which has initiated an all-out and amorphous total war between the U.S., China, and the rest of the world. He explains how the historical cycle is now coming to a close, where we’ve reached peak wealth and demographics. We have entered an era characterized by the […]…
 
Finbarr Bermingham, Zhou Xin and John Carter look at the coming high-level meeting between the US and China in Alaska, and compare what each team of negotiators are looking to get from the occasion, while Biden's calling together of the 'Quad' raises more questions of what India, Japan and Australia have in common. Hear analysis from Beijing-based …
 
(Note: Not my best work, sorry) The product of post World War I, the Saudi Kingdom is a state of sand and oil. Is there a future for this state that amounts to the equivalent of one trick pony? Or is Saudi Arabia doomed to die?โดย Tyberius D
 
The Ottoman Empire was once a power that controlled half the Mediterranean. After it's collapse post World War I, it's successor Turkey has largely removed itself from history. However, and the coming world that is neo-imperial, Turkey is bound to return from history.โดย Tyberius D
 
Finbarr Bermingham speaks with SCMP political economy editors Zho Xin and John Carter about the latest Hong Kong crackdown on pro-democracy figures, and delve deep into the latest policy announcements at the National People's Congress in Beijing concerning economic growth and technology. Hear an in-depth interview with Reinhard Butikofer, German po…
 
Scott Horton talks censorship, US foreign policy, and the Global War on Terrorism which is the subject of his new book “Enough Already” . We cover Iraq, Iran, Israel, Syria, how the U.S. has been using terrorists as proxies, and how the US-Russia “New Cold War” is heating up in Crimea, Ukraine, and elsewhere. *Support/Donate […]…
 
Scott Horton talks censorship, US foreign policy, and the Global War on Terrorism which is the subject of his new book “Enough Already” . We cover Iraq, Iran, Israel, Syria, how the U.S. has been using terrorists as proxies, and how the US-Russia “New Cold War” is heating up in Crimea, Ukraine, and elsewhere. *Support/Donate […]…
 
On this episode of Talking Geopolitics, host Christian Smith discusses the geopolitics of rare earths with East Asia expert Phillip Orchard; Managing Editor Cole Altom, and Director of Analysis Allison Fedirka tell us what’s been grabbing their attention in the world of geopolitics. Chairman George Friedman ponders power and the rise and fall of na…
 
On this episode, Prof. Caroline Kennedy-Pipe—an Arctic, Russia and Cold War expert at Loughborough University in England—analyses the emerging great power competition in the Arctic by providing a longer-term perspective on the geopolitical dynamics and developments in the circumpolar North over the past forty years. This period encompasses the clos…
 
Finbarr Bermingham and political economy editors John Carter and Zhou Xin look at the upcoming announcement of Beijing's five year plan and how it will address the rising middle income trap for China's economic growth. Hear analysis of the Biden administration inquiry into 'supply chains' that didn't mention China and the push by US tech companies …
 
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