Peter Zeihan - Geopolitics - United States
Peter Zeihan - Understanding American Success
Peter Zeihan is a geopolitical strategist who has lived in the world of international affairs throughout his career. He launched his own firm in 2012 in order to specialize in customized executive briefings for his clients. In his new life, Peter Zeihan applies his 12 years of intelligence experience and a geopolitical perspective to specific the needs of his clients. With a mix of insight and irreverence he helps them see their businesses and industries from a new point of view, so that they can prepare for a now-more-understandable future.
Peter Zeihan is a frequent guest on national and international television news shows including CNN, ABC, Fox News, and also is frequently interviewed for radio programs. He has been quoted in major print and online publications including the New York Times, Forbes, AP, Bloomberg, MarketWatch and many others. His first independent book is entitled The Accidental Superpower.
Peter Zeihan began his career working for the State Department in Australia, later moving to Washington, DC to join the Center for Political and Strategic Studies under Susan Eisenhower. In both capacities, he regularly analyzed developments in Asia, Europe and the former Soviet Union while producing briefs and publications.
Before becoming a full-time speaker, Peter Zeihan was part of the core team that built the geopolitical consultancy and publishing house Stratfor. In his variety of roles – four years serving as the firm’s Vice President of Analysis – he designed products, serviced client needs and managed the firm’s analytical teams across all geographic and topical areas of responsibility.
When he isn’t speaking to the future of shale energy or Brazilian finance or Russian military strategy or German industry or Indonesian mining or China’s political transition, Peter Zeihan is typically working on the draft of his next book.
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The Trump Doctrine
Presidents come and go, but geography doesn't change. Gain understanding of the world the incoming Trump administration is inheriting, and get a glimpse into how the new White House will grapple with crises imminent, opportunities golden and everything in between.
The End of Europe
Five recessions in nine years. A litany of debt debacles. Ossified institutions incapable of change. Rising populism. Refugee floods.
Russians growling at the border. And that's the good news. Despite a decade of crisis none of Europe's problems have had their root causes addressed, and now time is simply up. Everything that makes modern, wealthy, cosmopolitan, democratic Europe possible is breaking apart, and the Europeans are about to lose far more than "merely" a decade.
Discover what makes Europe tick, what is tearing it down, and most of all, what is next.
A World Without China
Three pillars support modern China's success: global trade, internal political unity, and easy money. With those three pillars, China has managed to shake 2000 years of war and occupation and remake itself as one of the world's most powerful countries. Yet none of these three pillars can stand without American assistance, and that cooperation is ending. China's "inevitable" rise isn't simply over, it is about to go into screeching, unrelenting, dismembering reverse. But that's hardly the end of history. When a country falls -- particularly the world's top manufacturing power -- the ripples affect countries and industries near and far. Learn who benefits and who loses in a world without China.
No Assembly Required: The Future of Global Manufacturing
Amber Waves of (American) Grain: The Future of Global Agriculture
Seven(teen) Years of Lean: The Future of Global Finance
Supersize Me: The Future of Global Energy
Powers of Yesterday, Powers of Tomorrow
Life After Free Trade
The Obama Doctrine
The New Middle East
The Shale Revolution
The American Age
What Every Financial Professional Should Know About Geopolitics
Life After Europe
The North American Drug War
The New Face of Terrorism
The China Wars
The New Face of Immigration
Southeast Asia Rises
The Alberta Question
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