Europe has been rocked by a number of crises in recent years, be it the EU's Euro Crisis, the Ukraine Crisis or the International Refugee Crisis. With this legacy of crises along with the foreboding implementation of Brexit later this month, what does the future hold for Europe?
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The Presidency of Donald Trump is considered to have heralded the end of the post-1945 world order. This opinion has arisen due to some of his policies, which seek to uproot the U.S. from its self-made mandate as the leader of international peace, security and trade. Is the U.S. undergoing a global retreat? If so, what are some of the steps that the international community can take?
The post-1945 geopolitical order is crumbling. The cracks are highlighted by the uncertainty posed by Trump's America, the multiple crises facing Europe, the chronic conflict and destabilisation of West Asia and the rise of China. There is a geopolitical reconfiguration underway, one which needs to be understood. Tune into The New World Order, a new podcast series from Gateway House, designed to observe, define and help you understand the changing political trends across the world. Subscribe now and be the first to hear new episodes.
With the purchase of a 40% stake in the Pakistan Stock Exchange by a consortium of Chinese companies,China's influence in the region has expanded. That, coupled with former Pakistani Chief of Army Staff, Raheel Sharif, likely to be appointed defence advisor to the Saudi Arabia-led Islamic Military Alliance to Fight Terrorism (IMAFT), significant geopolitical changes are afoot - with Pakistan in the driver's seat.
Olivier Da Lage, editor-in-chief at Radio France International, sat down with Gateway House to discuss the second round of the presidential primaries of the French Republican Party, and the implications of the rise of the Far Right, in France and elsewhere in Europe.
Last night, the United States voted Donald Trump to be the next President of the United States. The result reflected a similar degree of shock which previously accompanied the Brexit earlier in 2016. Ambassador Neelam Deo, in the final episode of our special podcast series, discusses what happened last night and what tomorrow will hold.
Gateway House has closely monitored the 2016 U.S. Elections and, with Ambassador Neelam Deo, have broken down the major issues in the election which may prove to have foreign policy implications across the world.
With less than a week to go before the U.S. Presidential Elections, our special podcast series pivots to Asia where Ambassador Neelam Deo, Director at Gateway House, assesses the Asian perception of the election as well as which candidate is finding support across the region.
This edited excerpt was transcribed from The Gateway House Podcast episode 'U.S. Elections: assessing its wider impact' which is a part of the special mini-series on the U.S. elections and its foreign policy implications. In this episode, Ambassador Deo talks about the wider impact that the elections will have on the race for the U.S. Congress and Senate, on American society, and on global political discourse.
We continue our special podcast series on the U.S. election. With less than 2 weeks to go before the election on November 8th, Ambassador Neelam Deo discusses the impact this election may have on the simultaneous race for the U.S. Congress and Senate, as well as the larger effect that this election may have on political discourse around the world.