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On Geopolitics

Centre for Geopolitics

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With the new academic year comes a relaunch of the Centre for Geopolitics’ podcast, now called ‘On Geopolitics’. Regular hosts Ali Ansari and Suzanne Raine will discuss geopolitics issues within a historical context with guests from academia, government, science, and business.
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Talking Geopolitics

Geopolitical Futures - Geopolitics from George Friedman and his team at GPF

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A 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.
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Asia Geopolitics

The Diplomat

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A weekly discussion of the geopolitical implications of current events in the Asia-Pacific, hosted by Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz from The Diplomat, with regular guests.
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The Geopolitics & Power Podcast

Curious Worldview Production

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Interviews with geopolitical analysts, investigative journalists & authors from all over the world - But this podcast is but a side quest... The main show is 'A Curious Worldview Podcast' - link to the show here - https://open.spotify.com/show/61wcpA8fkOQCAGrOfHgkig - and the accompanying newsletter here: https://curiousworldview.beehiiv.com/subscribe
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Geopolitics Decanted by Silverado

Silverado Policy Accelerator

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Geopolitics Decanted is a podcast featuring geopolitical analysis and in-depth expert interviews on topics ranging from War in Ukraine, Great Power Competition with China, changing nature of warfare, sanctions and export controls, semiconductors and cybersecurity. This is a podcast for people who care about the details and are seeking a comprehensive understanding of global issues, not just the sound bytes. It is hosted by Dmitri Alperovitch, Chairman of Silverado Policy Accelerator (www.sil ...
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Secrets and Spies is an enthralling podcast that guides listeners on an immersive journey into the hidden realm of espionage, terrorism, geopolitics, and international intrigue. Hosted by filmmaker Chris Carr and writer Matt Fulton, each episode promises riveting conversations with best-selling authors, historians, journalists, and former intelligence professionals. Secrets and Spies is more than a podcast—it's an intellectual adventure that invites you to join us in deciphering the most eni ...
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Geopolitics

Makan Abazari

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I write about Geopolitics, World Order, Balance of Power, Air and Space, Overthrows, Economics, Transit, and politics. I have created this podcast to discuss the topics by audio for my audience. You can find value information and knowledge here and I strongly suggest you also check my blog at advancedpolcieis.blogspot.com I am Makan Abazari Shahan Shah Iran,
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Geopolitics Rundown

Hunter Headapohl, Ryan Shanahan, Ramya Mukalla

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Welcome to Geopolitics Rundown, an innovative new foreign affairs podcast that breaks down top global headlines. If you ever feel lost trying to keep up with world news, come to our show for a place to start. Join your hosts, graduates of the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University, as they guide you through some of the most complex topics and stories in global politics.
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Geopolitics on the Move

Sean Guillory

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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 ...
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In today’s episode we talk about, Joe Biden’s mental decline and how it seems to be accelerating to the point of no return. Afterwards we discuss the formal end to the petro dollar and some of the impacts this historic event may ultimately have on the United States moving forward. And lastly we go over the deployment of Russian warships to Cuba and…
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Science and expert knowledge are pivotal for meeting many of the environmental challenges, economic opportunities and geopolitical imperatives of the contemporary Arctic. The Arctic Frontiers conference reflects this fact through its selection of seven scientific themes that serve as pillars for the annual event held every January in Tromsø, Norway…
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On today’s show, we are going to look at reports about private messages from the leader of Hamas, criticisms of Europe’s outdated approach to China, a former CIA officer and FBI linguist pleading guilty to spying for China, and a potential plot from ISIS-K foiled in the US. Then we will move to our Patreon only show “Extra Shot” we will look at Eur…
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From the war in Ukraine, instability in the Middle East, and the potential for conflict in the Pacific, the U.S. military is involved to a certain degree in a variety of operations. In this ClubGPF live discussion, Colonel Scott Leonard, Chief of Staff to the Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps (ret) joined GPF Chairman George Friedman to discuss g…
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What happens next in Iran? Ali Ansari and Suzanne Raine look at the consequences of the death of President Raisi, and discuss the forthcoming Iranian elections on 28 June. Who will stand, and how will the process play out? Who decides and how much does it matter anyway?توسط Centre for Geopolitics
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🎙️: https://curiousworldview.buzzsprout.com/share Curious Worldview Podcast - #175 w/Samo Burja On Apple Curious Worldview Podcast - #175 w/Samo Burja On Spotify Follow me on Instagram - @ryanfhogg ✍︎: The Curious Worldview Newsletter - the ultimate compliment to the podcast... Russ Roberts – Taleb & Hitchens Scott Patterson – Taleb & Chaos Kings M…
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Are Beijing and Moscow moving beyond their "no limits" partnership? The Diplomat’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda (@nktpnd) and Katie Putz (@LadyPutz) discuss the recent summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing with Shannon Tiezzi, The Diplomat's editor-in-chief.Click the play button ab…
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In today’s episode we talk about, The recent EU elections, we go over some of the reasons they turned out the way they did and what these results may mean for Europe moving forward. After that we talk about the significance of Donald Trump’s latest campaign stops as he continues to build the America coalition. And lastly we discuss the future of Am…
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Hi all, we hope you are well. Sadly, due to work commitments on Chris's side, there will be no show this weekend. We will return next weekend. Support Secrets and Spies: Become a “Friend of the podcast” on Patreon from £3 www.patreon.com/SecretsAndSpies Buy merchandise from our shop: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/60934996?asc=u Subscribe to our…
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In today’s episode we talk about, The Biden administration giving Ukraine the greenlight to use American weapons to strike Russia directly. Then we go over the rifts forming within the Israeli government over the war in gaza and why they, along with the power vacuum in Iran, present us with the most dangerous moment in the war. And lastly we talk a…
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On todays podcast I am joined be retired detective and author Steven Keogh. Steven investigated murders at Scotland Yard for 12 years, and he joins us to discuss his excellent book “Murder Investigation Team” which gives readers an insight into how British murder investigations are run and what it is like to be a part of a murder investigation. Che…
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In today’s episode we talk about, Israel’s many challenges on the diplomatic front. Then we talk about China’s Joint Sword drills around Taiwan and briefly recount why America shouldn’t defend Taiwan. Then we discuss Trump’s attendance at the Libertarian National Convention and why Libertarians should coalition with MAGA for the Glorious Cause of f…
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On today’s show, we are going to look at the death of the Iranian President, Israel & Iran espionage comparisons, and we finish by looking at secret Hamas files that expose a mass surveillance campaign in Gaza. Then we will move to our Patreon only show “Extra Shot” we will look at reports of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau not taking the wo…
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On today’s episode, Matt is once again joined by Phillip Smyth, one of the leading researchers of Iranian-backed militia groups, to discuss the death of President Ebrahim Raisi and several other senior officials in a helicopter crash last weekend. They unpack what this unexpected development means for Iran domestically, the regime’s web of proxy fo…
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In today’s episode we talk about, Divisions rising within the Israeli government over planning for the post war in Gaza. Then we cover the beginnings of the Russian Back-breaker Offensive and how it reveals the betrayal of the Ukrainian people. After that we talk about Putin’s Visit to China and how the rise of the multipolar world does not endange…
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What do Russia and the Central Asian republics stand to gain from each other? The Diplomat’s Asia Geopolitics podcast hosts Ankit Panda (@nktpnd) and Katie Putz (@LadyPutz) discuss Russia-Central Asia relations after the Crocus City Hall terror attack in March 2024.Click the play button above to listen. If you’re an iOS or Mac user, you can also su…
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On today’s podcast, I am joined by two guests, Dr. Chris Gilbert and Dr. Eric Haseltine, and we discuss Havana Syndrome from a technological and medical perspective. Dr Chris Gilbert is an Integrative and Holistic Medicine physician who has interviewed victims of these so-called Anomalous Health incidents, otherwise known as Havana Syndrome. Dr Has…
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Reports of Russia’s discovery of huge oil reserves in Antarctic waters has caused concern in some quarters over (frozen) territorial claims and the future of the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty, which permanently bans mining in and around the continent. Prof. Klaus Dodds, whose recent testimony for a UK parliamentary in…
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Suzanne and Ali look back over the events of April -May 2024, including the first direct military exchange between Israel and Iran, and ask where this leaves us. How are we to judge the failure of the Iranian firing of missiles and projectiles towards Israel? What does this mean for the state of Iran itself, and for its reputation and control of it…
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What are the geopolitical implications of the AUKUS partnership between Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States? In our most recent Podcast+ episode for ClubGPF members, analyst Ronan Wordsworth joined host Christian Smith for a discussion on the future of AUKUS and what the potential addition of Japan and New Zealand to the alliance co…
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In today’s episode we talk about, Xi Jinping’s trip to Serbia and Hungary and what the arrival of the multi-polar world in Europe will mean for the other nations of the continent. Then we discuss Israel’s invasion of Rafah and the potential consequences of Israel completing its siege lines around Gaza. Lastly we go over the election of a new presid…
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On today's show, we are going to look at a failed plot to kill President Zelensky, fears of Russian sabotage in Europe, spy plots being foiled in Germany, and awkward talks between the US and China about Volt Typhoon, one of China’s hacking operations against the west. Then we will move to our Patreon only show “Extra Shot” and we will look at priv…
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In today’s episode we talk about, The Columbia University protests being broken up and how even in defeat they won the argument. Then we go over Israel banning Al Jazeera as well as their refusal of another peace proposal. After that we talk about the Anti Semitism Awareness bill that passed in the House of Representatives and what it reveals about…
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Chris is joined by historian and author Bill Mills on today's podcast. They discuss Bill’s research into German sabotage and espionage operations in the United States during World War One and how that led to Bill’s new book “Agent of the Iron Cross.” To find out more about “Agent of the Iron Cross” and to get a copy, visit the publisher's website h…
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On today’s podcast, Chris is joined by former MI6 Officer turned best-selling author Charles Beaumont. They discuss the real-life inspiration behind Charle’s debut spy novel, “A Spy Alone”, and a little bit about his career in MI6. Charles also shares his literary influences, his approach to writing fiction and some tips if you are thinking of a ca…
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Geopolitical and national security threats are constantly changing and evolving, sometimes it’s hard to keep up. In this ClubGPF live discussion, Rear Admiral (ret) Douglas Fears, Former U.S. Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Advisor to the President joined GPF Chairman George Friedman to discuss a wide range of threats from cyber to denial of…
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