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Global geopolitics, analysed

The global geopolitical landscape is entering a new era characterized by uncertainty and volatility. While political and economic tensions between major global powers are on the rise, we are witnessing deeper cooperation and unity elsewhere, particularly within regional blocs and defence alliances.

What are the pre-eminent geopolitical trends for stakeholders to look out for and how are they shaping the economic, social and political trajectories the world might take?


Maria Margarita Gual Soler
Head, Science Diplomacy Capacity Building, Geneva Science Diplomacy Anticipator (GESDA) Dr. Marga Gual Soler is a science diplomat bridging the world through science. As the Head of Science Diplomacy Capacity Building at the Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator (GESDA), she works with governments, universities, international...

Mahmood Sariolghalam
Non-Resident Scholar, Middle East Institute
PhD in International Relations, University of Southern California; Post-doctorate, Ohio State University. Non-resident Scholar, Middle East Institute, Washington DC, Member of Advisory Group on Iran, The Atlantic Council, United States.

Moderated by
Daniel Kurtz-Phelan
Editor-in-Chief, Foreign Affairs
Editor, Foreign Affairs; author of The China Mission (WW Norton, 2018); former member of the Secretary of State's Policy Planning Staff.

Geo-Economics and Politics

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