Tag: geopolitics

The Year Ahead - Part 3: Geopolitics

01/31/202153 Comments

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NATO 2030: Global Domination or Bust

06/28/202043 Comments

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The Great Withdrawal

06/21/202047 Comments

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Globalist Conference Season Begins

06/10/201830 Comments

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Chinese World Order Rises in Ashes of Iran Deal

05/15/201871 Comments

China has just opened a new railway link with Iran and CNPC is set to fill the void left by France's Total if and when they leave the South Pars field. It looks like the US pulling out of the Iran deal is win-win for China and the BRICS world order...and the engineered destruction of the west continues apace.

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The Fate of the World is in the EU's Hands (God Help Us All)

05/13/201857 Comments

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America, China, and the Battle for the "Indo-Pacific"

03/10/20184 Comments

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Making Sense of the Middle East


So what was the Saudi purge about, exactly? And what does Yemen have to do with this? And how about the South Pars oilfield? And what does all of that have to do with the price of tea in China? Confused? Well, you’re not the only one. Join James and Ernest Hancock on this special commercial-free edition of Declare Your Independence for a breakdown of the latest turmoil in the middle east and what this means for the future of the world.

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Interview 1325 - The Indo-Pacific Region on Howe Street Radio

11/22/20174 Comments

James joins Jim Goddard on HoweStreet.com Radio for his bi-monthly round-up of economic, financial and geopolitical stories from around the world. This time around they discuss the new, US-less Zombie TPP; China's shadow banking crackdown; and the US' new penchant for calling the Asia-Pacific the Indo-Pacific.

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Sharmine Narwani on the Changing Face of the Middle East


Today James talks to political analyst and commentator Sharmine Narwani on the explosive events in the Gulf this week and what they tell us about the changing power relations in the Middle East. From the wind down of the Syrian terrorist insurgency to the shock resignation of the Lebanese PM and the Game of Thrones in the House of Saud, a new regional picture is emerging, one in which two power blocs are competing for the upper hand in the new Middle East. Narwani breaks down this new dynamic and paints the picture of where things are heading in this dynamic region.

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