This is a pretty good overview of the interrelationship between the environment, economics, geopolitics, and technology.
One thing I really like about Peter Zeihan’s geopolitical analysis is that it is non-ideological. It’s not about taking anyone’s side as much as saying, “Like it or not, this is what is happening. Make of it what you will.” One of the best things about Zeihan is […]
Peter Zeihan provides a refreshing alternative to the China-love and/or China-hate that’s going on nowadays from the left and right. No, China is not going to replace the US as the global hegemon. Instead, China is likely to either implode or revert into neo-Maoism (which is already happening […]
What would be the implications of Zeihan’s geopolitical analysis for global anti-imperialist struggle? As American unipolar hegemony recedes and the number of failed and/or weakened states proliferates, how can self-determinationists use these circumstances to our advantage? Zeihan’s analysis of domestic US politics is also consistent with my own, […]
This includes a pretty good discussion of domestic politics as well as international relations. I’d like to see Peter Zeihan debate Alexander Dugin on the future of geopolitics.
Peter Zeihan is a private intelligence analyst who literally makes his living offering hard-nosed, realistic advice to the capitalist class. In his lectures, Zeihan explains why the American Empire is going down, why the Russophobia of the DNC/MSNBC crowd and the Sinophobia of the Republican/FOX crowd is misplaced, […]
Peter Zeihan is one of the very best, if not the best, geopolitical analysts I have encountered in years. I disagree with his politics a great deal (he’s very pro-imperialist and regrets that recent US presidents have not been imperialist enough-WTF?) but as an analyst he’s fantastic. The […]