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Stratfor's monthly podcast, featuring discussions on global affairs, security issues, and economic, political and military topics.

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Jun 26, 2017

In this episode of the Stratfor Podcast, Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton sits down with Vice President of Strategic Analysis Rodger Baker to discuss the geopolitical realities behind North Korea’s nuclear standoff. From weapons development to alleged assassination plots and the constraints facing both the United States’ and China’s efforts to intervene, they look at where things stand right now and where they’re going in the near future.

Have a question or comment for the Stratfor podcast? Leave us a message and we may include your comment in a future episode. You can leave a message for our podcast team at 1-512-744-4300 x 3917 or email us at podcast@stratfor.com.

Related Reading at Stratfor Worldview:

Coping With A Nuclear North Korea, a new theme on Stratfor Worldview 

North Korea: American’s Death Adds Layer of Complexity to Diplomatic Attempts

North Korea’s Drama Masks South Korea’s Political Complexity 

Stratfor’s 2017 Third-Quarter Forecast for the Asia-Pacific 

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Jun 15, 2017

In this episode of the Stratfor Podcast, we take a look at the generational forces driving recent protests across Russia. To put those protest movements in context, we’ll look at the cultural, technological and especially demographic forces at play with Stratfor Senior Eurasia Analyst Eugene Chausovsky.

Chausovsky recently authored an insightful analysis on the topic for Stratfor Worldview, our premier digital publication. More than 25-years after the fall of the Soviet Union, this new generation is coming of age across Eurasia, the region it once dominated, and challenging Russia’s long-standing influence there.

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Related Reading at Stratfor Worldview:

In Eurasia, a New Generation Challenges Russia’s Dominance 

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In Russia, Protests Demonstrate a Fundamental Change  

The Fight for Russia’s Borderlands, one of the themes we cover in detail at Stratfor Worldview 

Jun 2, 2017

In this episode of the Stratfor Podcast, we explore the geopolitics of baseball with Professors Tolga Ozyurtcu and Thomas Hunt from the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education at The University of Texas at Austin, regular contributors to Stratfor Worldview’s series on the geopolitics of sports.

They’ll be joined by Stratfor Senior Analyst Matthew Bey as they discuss the global spread of the sport and the underlying stories from imperialist expansions to subtle resistance and the evolution of the game itself.

Have a question or comment for the Stratfor podcast? Leave us a message and we may include your comment in a future episode. You can leave a message for our podcast team at 1-512-744-4300 x 3917 or email us at podcast@stratfor.com.

Related Reading at Stratfor Worldview:

Introducing the Geopolitics of Sports 

How Japan Got Baseball

The Politics of Pageantry

Sports: America’s Well-Kept Socialist Secret 

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