Terms

Geopolitics

Geopolitics is the science of studying the relationship amongst nations

Entities

13D Global Strategy & Research
Atlantik-Brücke
BCA Research
BK Asset Management
Clocktower Group
Enodo Economics
Eurasia Group
Geopolitical Futures
Haidar Capital Management
Height Capital Markets
House Mountain Partners
Macro Hive
Orbital Insight
Perch Perspectives
Port Phillip Publishing
Rapidan Energy Group
Sidar Global Ventures
Sunny Asset Management
TankerTrackers.com
Transversal Consulting
View from the Peak
Zeihan on Geopolitics
Zulauf Consulting

People

Amy Jaffe
Anas Alhajji
Ben Hubbard
Bob McNally
Bruce Bartlett
Carne Ross
Cenk Sidar
Chase Taylor
Daniel Drezner
Daniel Lansberg-Rodriguez
Daniel Markey
Daniel Want
Daniel Yergin
Dee Smith
Dewardric McNeal
Diana Choyleva
Ed Campbell
Ellen Wald
Eric Fry
Eric Lee
Erik Norland
Felix Zulauf
George Friedman
Hannes Meissner
Harald Malmgren
Helima Croft
Ho-Fung Hung
Ian Bremmer
Isuru Seneviratne
Jacob Shapiro
James Stafford
Jamie Metzl
Jay Pelosky
Jeremy Ghez
Julia Friedlander
Julie Klinger
Karen Harris
Lowell Randel
Marko Papic
Michael Hudson
Michael Krieger
Nomi Prins
Noreena Hertz
Nouriel Roubini
Orville Schell
Peter Sainsbury
Peter Zeihan
Pippa Malmgren
Rachel Ziemba
Renè Aninao
Rod Grierson
Samuel Charap
Stephen Cohen
Suriya Jayanti
Thomas Kaplan
Tim Marshall
Tom Miller
Tracy Shuchart
Weston Nakamura
Willem Middelkoop
Worth Wray

Publications

Architects of Change
BlackRock Blog
Boom and Bust
Crude Volatility
Global Energy Alert
Oil, Dollars, Debt, and Crises
Principles of Commodity Economics and Finance
Prisoners of Geography
Strategic Investment Conference
The Breakdown
The End of the World Is Just the Beginning
The Exchange
The Next 100 Years
The Next Great Bull Market
The Quest
The Secret History of the American Empire
The pH Report
Time
World Politics

  • Geopolitics is a method for forecasting events that will take place in the international system
  • Wars, Negotiations, Trade, etc go on all the time
  • Markets are a subset of the geopolitical system
  • Markets only seem not notice geopolitical events when they impact markets (black swan disruptions)