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This "expert" on the artic called it a "remote place devoid of natural resources" which couldn't be more wrong. The artic is not some symbolic place where you plant a flag for a dick measuring competition, it's full of oil and natural gas and is also a crucial sea route for military and economic purposes (connecting China and Northern Europe for example) with the melting of ice caps
I'm so relieved to get this presentation of Geopolitics from Klaus Dodds. We need many more talks from Klaus.I watched a documentary about Crimea... the people of Crimea prefer to be Russians.
every one from the native tribes to the most powerful leaders need to take a lesson on Geopolitics from Klaus Dodds, no necessary answers But a lot of food to think about and to act upon
What a fine lecture!. It "moved the floor under my feeth". We have to re-think about our international relations in the face of the rapid environmental change!
Dear Director I'm an ICU and anaesthetist International Doctor also Humanitarian finishing my PhD in Diplomacy and strategy at CEDS Dakar . Thanks a lot for your topic covered . Take care of your heart I feel you really passionate and leaving with compassion in this field of International relations. Peace, collaboration,solidarity,tolerance, justice, weither than predation or competition will save the world. Economic wars are not up-to-date. Needs are increasing so growth too should increase. The resources are only waiting to be share equally and fairly.
Good concert. Thank youband keep up the good work.
A group from an Indian Tribe came down to Montreal in 71 on finding out the Canadian Government innded to put a dam in that must flood their living & hunting grounds.. We managed to contact them to sympathetic lawyers who tried to help represent them. This tribe were certanly not oppresed or held down by hundreds of years of terror. They were a very happy tribe. But were unaware of how our societies work. They needed to leave four or five of their tribe to work with these lawyers & sympathetic journalists we knew or even politicians. But they simply buggered off laughing in great good humour. I fear and I'm almost sure their living & hunting grounds are now flooded over.
Life in Space, mainly on the moon, is portrayed in Chinese folk tales and legends with a magical element.
58:00 What the US president asked for was an actual commitment of the NATO countries to their own defense and to the organization itself, in order to narrow the existing capabilitygap between the US and the European allies. The NATO member countries were asked to pay their actual contribution to NATO (needed for the communication backbone, the NAEW force, administrative issues and so on) and the allocation of at least 2% of the GDP for their own military budgets. If you fail to see this things, then your analysis is not credible, either for lack of knowledge, either for bias (or even worse, for both). Also, at 59:00 you claim that the US president is the NATO comander in chief, which is not true by any standards. NATO works on the consensus of the nations and this is one of the reasons some thinghs are done so slow, if they are done at all. The only thing that really exists is the Supreme Allied Comander Europe, who is an American general and who has the command of the NATO forces in Europe, but not any control ofthe top political leadership, again, based on the consensus of the member nations.
@Blackfeatherstill I see it the same way: even in a political committee were formally all members are equal - you don't want to mess up with the boss. Objection is futile.
No. The US controls NATO. That is obvious. No matter what appearances to the contrary suggest.
As NATO was founded to organise the US containment policy towards the Soviet Union I still believe that the US is happy to fund most of NATO activities (ca. 2/3 ?), because that clearly also means that the SACEUR always will be an US General. Who pays the bill also decides the direction the organisation is heading. "Whose bread I eat, whose song I sing."
@Consider This All the European countries were notorious for their defense budget cuts after the end of the Cold War, a lot of money being spent on social programs, that were bringing votes. That resulted in the "capability gap|" between US an Europe, that continued to widen after the year 2000, . Many US administrations were worried about the unbalance of the contributions to nato, in terms of hardware, manpower and spending, but did very little to motivate the Europeans to commit more money to the defense budgets.
It was Trump who had the big issue about Germany spending only 1% GDP on defence. Look at it from Germany point of view pre- war: why pay billions in defence against the Russia who is giving them a comparative advantage (30% cheaper international prices) in energy costs.. and Germany has big energy needs. Doing so, wipes out the benefit of lower costs. Germany puts money before principles.
This is not geopolitics. This is international law. He is portraying geopolitics as almost exclusively about symbolic lines and gestures, alongside perceptions held by the masses. This is only one dimension - he has entirely (except for briefly discussing Mackinder for credibility-sake) ignored geostrategy. As well, the masses only shape the "grand chessboard" of geopolitics, while elites are the primary middlemen between the masses and geostrategy.
@Pample Mouse Note that I throw the word "geostrategy" in at the bottom - that would best encapsulate what youre describing imo.
I see this is 3 years old and you're unlikely to reply, but in my experience, it's states and corporations who 'play' geopolitics. When consent is needed it is manufactured by the media (see Iraq war and current one-sided reporting of Ukraine etc.) firstly, then acted upon. Also, look at the changing reporting of China in our media over the last few years. It's interesting to see the new enemy being manufactured in real time, though the long term implications are quite terrifying, with many USA polits and talking heads saying perfectly calmly that America's next major war will be with China, in the coming decades.
Do you mean that we, the masses, dictate geopolitics?
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Where can I find accurate stuff about geopolitics then?
Nothing better than a Brit from Londonistan with colonial guilt. You could have summarized the whole thing with:'States have interests that sometimes go against the interests of other states.'
Although the GB does not have an Arctic coast, it may be mandated by the native arctic peoples, so it could also win a slice of the pie, like Russia!!
Zeihan has a thing or two to say about Mackinder's map. The USA won the lottery on geopolitical positioning with the Mississippi River Valley.
58:13 when has anything ended well that the US WERE involved in, since ww2 at least?Didn't seem to say much about anything.. can't believe he didn't mention the shipping channels opening up in the Arctic.. and i thought they had already found oil up there?
Mr Klause, concerning last question and answer about Moldova, I would say mr Kissenger will disagree with you about yoir point of better joining NATO for East European country.Last Davos he told about Ukraine advised to be a buffer zone rather then a frontier of NATO and EU.Hope, now you can see why.
Kissinger was and is wrong. Just look at China.
The Master of Geopolitic is henry Kissinger himself
I'd like to share the real genius of XiJinPing in sharing his mission vision of The Belt and Road with the global world in Davos when he talked about China opening up.I was sad to hear you nearly fallen to making negative opinion about Xi's Belt n Road having 6 routes. Xi and the Chinese had %explored trade routes geo- economically since the12century. It's sad to hear of your suspicions about Xi JinPing'sBELT And Road... if you know China well, picture Xi, the great mariner and leader for global trade . Xi looks at the massive Chinawith trade routes spreading from Beijing, Xian, Urumqi, Shanghai and Xiamen... He sees many rich states which will find trade routes from the Chinese capitals and states with huge amounts of goods and food, surpluses which can be traded if they build routes to join states and countries. E.g. from Beijing, he can make a road through the central Asian states, Tajikistan, from Xian to Kazakhstan...from Xiamen with so much tea through the South China Sea , Malacca Straits... from SHANGHAI towards Korea, Japan and Australia NZ, fromXi an through Pakistan, Iran etc.... these routes are manned by trains, ships, planes etc..if we look at the stans stares of Central Asia, we can see how a train running from China through Central Asia to reach Dortmund ,Germany....
When talking about China, you literally should've not expect these westerners have any positive opinion. His opinion just not out of my expectation.
38:20 'National Sovereignty is a Myth', it's getting better and better.
@M'sheArt2 Those 4chan intelectuals must fry their brain on drugs to create those conspirations,those people shouldn't have the right to vote or write anything online,such prepotent radioactive trash
Well, that view on trump didn't age well
I like the idea of a cosmopolitan humanityThe complex reality can never be solveduntil we return to acknowledge the sacred rights of the American natives to be rejuvenated , blessed and honoured. We are a weak, cowardly andhypocritical people, given to préjudice against China, well, neratioearlyo from the speaker from t ntheloor f on mahetge floor. Exactly, the China -Laos co-operation is a clear example of China stretching out a good neighbourly hand from China eg. the gift of a HS train and the construction of a station - of tremendous use to Laotians but that man from the floorb is all too ready to cast China in the black.
Interesting, but not surprised that this video doesn't allow the top comments to show.
It’s difficult to visit google , Twitter and social media in China but not impossible with VPN
i've been to the "pivot area" -- it's full of old russian women arguing with each other at a bazaar
It's the only warmth they ever feel!
True but also full of resources. Funny comment.
The Philosophy for Broader Survival is the best path to 'pan-humanism'.
When you give a conference, thinking that you are an expert about Geopolitics and let everyone else discover that you´re an expert about nothing!
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Sir i need to understand geopolitics in eritrea ( east africa) how was earler and how could be besser do you think ? Thanks
Thank you, Google!
Guys like this are killing the field of Geopolitics.
"Talks at Google" in other Words: Bullshit
This video autoplayed for me after I was watching another geopolitics video. I was disappointed. This guy throws out a lot of buzzwords without much substance. Also the left wing political bias is evident.
This is not geopolitics, geopolitics is generally ethno ambiguous, this man's geopolitics is ethnocentric due to his own biases of intersectionality. Also, Geopolitics doesn't care about the sex of James bond at all.
Geopolitics is a new world order term and it's actually a cover for eugenics. "politics, esp. international relations, as influenced by geographical factors. the study of politics of this type." ethnos ‘nation.’ Latin ambiguus ‘doubtful’ (from ambigere ‘waver, go around,’ from ambi- ‘both ways’ + agere ‘to drive’ )
The North Pole sea and/or seabed is not devoid of resources :-)
"before the end of the decade, we will put a small Russian flag on the undersea surface of the Arctic sea" -- Putin (and they did!)
No shit sherlock.
Every answer he gives to a question is a non-answer. Disappointing talk.
you are sick, extremist this is deeper far from ur understanding. u will be surprised
This poor thing is so afraid to offend someone...
Well, if planting a flag is all it takes, the the Moon, and Mars belongs to the U.S. Thumps up if you agree :)
This has to be the worst introduction into geopolitics. So biased
Eugenics new mask and word is Geopolitics, & and Why Big oil Conquered the World.
M'sheArt2 indeed thanks for the green agenda link.I liked these."It's not 2,500 people offering their consensus, I participated in that. Each person who is an author writes one or two pages in conjunction with someone else. They travel around the world several times a year for several years to write it and the summary for policymakers has the input of a handful of scientists, but ultimately, it is written by representatives of governments, and of environmental organizations, each pushing their own agenda." - MIT's Professor of Atmospheric Science Dr. Richard Lindzen on the IPCC report. Czech President Klaus stated “It is not fair to refer to the UN panel as a group of scientists. The IPCC is not a scientific institution. It's a political body, a sort of non-government organization of green flavour. It's neither a forum of neutral scientists nor a balanced group of scientists. These people are politicized scientists, and UN bureaucrats, who arrive there with a one-sided opinion and a one-sided assignment."
@Dimitris Tsagdis stick with games kid.
Check with a dictionary or wikipedia, before you share your wisdom.
yr right,..greetings 2U2,..so wATH,S ALL THERE.?
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I'm so sick of these women.
@Kerisu the Cynic Opie and Anthony had a skit one tiem, guess if the guy is British or gay. It was the funniest skit.
@Kerisu the Cynic don't you get sarcasm?
Oh is that a man? I'm sorry.
Please for the sake of equality can you ask a man to host one of these?
No excuse is needed for the evil of the Vietnam war.' Certainly not to be reminded for the little countries from Cambodia to Malaya . King Shihan'ouk had the freedom to be friends with China. The US bombings from Vietnam to Laos is a geopolitical crime crippling the innocent peasants of SE Asia.Good you bring in the indigenous people of the Artic likewise we mmever forget lamenting for the disappearance of the native Americans ---Geo Humanists decry the genocide of the USA and British geopoliticians.
Good job bringing identity politics into geopolitics fucking Google.