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PodcastsAug 4, 2020 | 21:10 GMT
RANE Insights: Dealing With Megadisasters and Multifaceted Crises Part II
In the second of two podcasts on disaster preparedness, RANE Founder David Lawrence sits down with Jeff Schlegelmilch, director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at Columbia University's Earth Institute and author of "Rethinking Readiness: a Brief Guide to Twenty-First-Century Megadisasters."
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PodcastsJul 17, 2020 | 09:00 GMT
Pen and Sword: The Indomitable Florence Finch
In this podcast Emily Donahue speaks to Robert Mrazek, the author of The Indomitable Florence Finch, a book about a woman who defied traditions and secretly saved the lives of hundreds of POWs during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.
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AssessmentsJul 16, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
The Huawei logo is pictured on a router during a 5G event in London on Feb. 20, 2020.
U.S. Actions Against Huawei Will Only Embolden China’s Push to Grow Its Tech Sector
Escalating U.S. actions against Huawei will only motivate China to pump its domestic technology sector with even more funding and talent, which will in turn prompt the United States to impose more restrictions on international companies doing business with Huawei and other Chinese firms that pose a threat to its global tech dominance. This will result in a cat-and-mouse game in which Washington deploys whatever financial and diplomatic tools are at its disposal to close any loopholes that China and Chinese tech companies can exploit to better compete with the West. 
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GuidanceJul 8, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
Technicians in Hong Kong walk next to a banner supporting China’s new national security law following a flag-raising ceremony marking the 23rd anniversary of the city’s British handover on July 1, 2020.
China's Hong Kong Security Law Leaves Tech Companies in the Line of Fire
China's new national security law is forcing tech companies to pick a side in Hong Kong's political crisis and decide whether to comply or resist authorities in some way, or leave the city altogether -- all of which carry the risk of retaliation from either Beijing or the United States and its allies. On July 6, Hong Kong's newly established Committee for Safeguarding National Security moved to implement seven, new enabling regulations for the national security law. The regulations -- which include police powers to order internet companies to remove content or to seize their equipment with threats of fines or prison -- have since prompted a spate of social media platforms and internet firms operating in the city to pause their cooperation with Hong Kong authorities. The volatile political dynamic in Hong Kong and the steady erosion of the city's autonomy will ultimately pose the greatest long-term threat to
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PodcastsJul 7, 2020 | 16:11 GMT
Essential Geopolitics: USMCA Launches Amid Pandemic
The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement launched in July 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. While the pandemic has interrupted supply chains, Stratfor Latin America Analyst Cesar Martinez tells Emily Donahue that the new agreement provides for more nimble responses to disruptors.
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PodcastsJun 30, 2020 | 09:00 GMT
Essential Geopolitics: A Global Economic Update
In this Essential Geopolitics podcast from Stratfor, a RANE company, Emily Donahue speaks to Michael Monderer, senior analyst for global economics. Donahue receives an update on the global economic impacts of COVID-19. Things do not look good.
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SnapshotsJun 24, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
Seeking a Political Win, Trump Takes Aim at Immigration Visas
After weeks of speculation, U.S. President Donald Trump finally issued a presidential proclamation on June 22 outlining visa changes that will significantly impede the ability of U.S. tech companies and universities to attract international talent and investment. Should they become permanent, the changes could place the United States' competitive advantage as a business hub in jeopardy by making U.S. visa programs more difficult for foreigners to access. 
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