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The realities of a fractured legislature and a slowing economy will likely force Colombia's leftist president-elect Gustavo Petro to scale back aspects of his progressive policy agenda, though he may have some success in accelerating the country’s transition to clean energy. In this episode of RANE's Essential Geopolitics podcast, RANE's Latin America analyst, Carmen Colosi offers a look at the harsh realities facing Colombia's newly-elected president, Gustavo Petro. Like the RANE podcast? Subscribe to RANE Worldview - Just $1 for a 4-week trial - and keep reading about the geopolitics of Colombia, and the global landscape. Subscribe at raneworldview.com.
Kenya’s general elections are on August 9. Clara Brackbill, RANE’s Sub-Sahara Africa analyst offers background on how Kenya’s elections are historically decided, which constituencies are most likely to determine August 9 electoral outcomes and whether it's possible this year's general election could produce violence. You can read Sub-Sahara Africa geopolitical guidance in RANE Worldview. Right now there is an extremely low subscription rate. Check it out at RANE Worldview.com. 
In this episode of the RANE Insights on COVID-19 podcast, host and RANE founder, David Lawrence catches up on new vaccines, especially for the under-5 crowd, why COVID tests may not be accurate, and what's coming up as the seasons change. Become a RANE member today and access important risk forecasting, analysis, connections, and tools to address a range of enterprise risks covering Safety + Security, Cyber + Information, Geopolitical, Legal, Regulatory + Compliance. https://www.ranenetwork.com/
U.S. President Jo Biden is scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia as part of a Middle-East tour in July 2022. In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, analysts Ryan Bohl and Matthew Bey discuss the relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia. From the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi to Saudi Arabia's ongoing conflict in Yemen, the relationship has become more fractious in recent years. Can it be turned around? For 20 years, we have delivered essential and actionable content for serious people who seek intelligence over the news. You want to know more than “what just happened”. Worldview provides the “what happens next,” to help you stay ahead of the news, and your competition. Subscribe today for an incredible price. $99 for a year. $1 for 4 weeks. https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview
In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, the topic is Sri Lanka. The country is in the midst of political, economic, and social turmoil. Ekta Raghuwanshi, RANE’s South Asia analyst provides geopolitical risk analysis. Subscribe to RANE Worldview today! Visit https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview To learn about the unbeatable price for a world-class publication. 
In this episode of RANE's Baker's Dozen podcast, the conversation turns to the geopolitics of fishing in the South China Sea. At a recent meeting of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (the Quad), members agreed to launch an enhanced initiative to tackle illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing. Throughout the Indo-Pacific, fishing and competition over access to maritime protein resources play a strong role in regional relations and tensions. China has weaponized its fishing fleets through the establishment of Maritime militias, a pattern also followed by countries like Vietnam, and even Russia is considering similar actions. Perhaps even more important than subsea hydrocarbons or mineral resources, it is the increasing consumption of limited regional fish, crab, squid, and other maritime protein sources that drive offshore geopolitics in the enclosed South China Sea.Rodger Baker's guest is James Borton, a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and the author of the recent book Dispatches From the South China Sea: Navigating to Common Ground.Subscribe to RANE Worldview and understand geopolitics are a critical driver of risk and security for corporations that shape not just the global diplomatic, strategic, and security environments, but the global business environment. https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview
Nigeria’s ruling All Progressives Congress held presidential primaries from June 6-8, 2022. The opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party held party primaries the week before. In this episode of RANE’s Essential Geopolitics podcast, Emily Donahue speaks to RANE Sub-Sahara Africa analyst, Clara Brackbill about whether the path toward the 2023 presidential election will be smooth amid Nigeria’s political, social, and security volatility. Subscribe to RANE Worldview to stay ahead of developments in Sub-Saharan Africa. Visit https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview and take advantage of $1 for 4 weeks and unlimited articles during that time. 
It's been nearly a year since the Afghan Taliban took control of Afghanistan. Its rule has not been without problems. The country’s economy is in shambles. More than half its people are facing starvation. And the Taliban remains mostly isolated on the world stage. In this episode of RANE's Essential Geopolitics podcast, Isaia Galace, Global Security Analyst with RANE, says the Taliban has mounting security challenges in Afghanistan. Stay ahead of the news with RANE Worldview. We forecast what will happen next, rather than what just happened. Right now, get a special differ on a new subscription. Visit https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview for details.
In this episode of the RANE Insights podcast, the conversation is about cyber security and cyber risk for businesses. More specifically, it’s about the idea of adopting Cyber Risk Ratings systemically and raising the resilience of all globally. David Lawrence’s guest is Terry Roberts. She is the Founder, President & CEO Of WhiteHawk Inc. a CyberSecurity Exchange. Today's conversation is also about Terry's whitepaper entitled, "Business Cyber Rating & Assessment Adoption to Achieve Cyber Resilience."RANE offers risk intelligence solutions to more than 400 leading corporations, government agencies, and academic institutions. Learn about RANE’s community-based solutions that help address a range of enterprise risks at RANE network.com
In this episode of RANE's Covid-19 podcast, the doctors discuss whether the latest variant of the COVID virus is similar enough that we can miss a summer surge?  RANE founder David Lawrence also speaks with Dr. Fred Southwick, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Florida College of Medicine, and Dr. Bill Lang, an expert in public health responses to biological incidents including pandemics, about the Monkeypox virus and what business travelers should know about China's zero-COVID policy. RANE is a risk intelligence company that provides access to critical insights, analysis, and support to ensure business continuity and resiliency for our members. Become a member of the largest community of risk professionals today! https://www.ranenetwork.com/
It’s no secret that China’s economy has suffered since the COVID pandemic started in 2020. But why is it still malingering? In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, Chase Blazek, RANE”s Asia-Pacific analyst discusses what China's recent emergency State Council meeting on the economy did and didn't accomplish, as well as how China is trying to avoid an economic contraction. RANE Worldview is an objective source that forecasts global political, economic, and security developments days, months, and even years before they’re covered. Subscribe today, and stay ahead of the news. https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview 
Lebanon held elections on May 15. Voters sent some new faces to the government. The results also undermined the Hezbollah-led parliamentary coalition that's held power since 2018. The country has been experiencing a long-running economic crisis and political paralysis. Will these elections shake up Lebanon's political system? Ryan Bohl, senior Middle East and North Africa analyst with RANE, offers guidance.  You want to know more than “what just happened”. RANE Worldview provides the “what happens next.” Stay ahead of the news, and your competition. Subscribe today: https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview
On May 25, 2022, both Japan and South Korea reported that North Korea had launched an ICBM and two other missiles. This follows an ICBM test in March. And at least 22 other missile launches in 2022 so far. Scott Kardas, Asia Pacific analyst for RANE, offers context of these developments. RANE For Serious People Who Seek Intelligence Over News. Subscribe today: https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview
In this Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, Global Security analyst Charles Thorson discusses how the Russia-Ukraine war has affected Iraq and the short-term outlook for Iraq being able to deal with food insecurity. RANE Worldview is For Serious People Who Seek Intelligence Over News. Subscribe today for just $1 for 4 weeks. https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview
In this episode of the RANE Insights on COVID-19 podcast, our experts discuss the continued mutations of the SARS Cov-2 virus. And Dr. Fred Southwick, an infectious disease specialist at the University of Florida College of Medicine, and Dr. Bill Lang discuss reports of a monkeypox outbreak first detected in the U.K. that has spread to several countries, including the U.S. and Canada. What to know about the disease and whether it could bring another pandemic. SEPARATE THE SIGNAL FROM THE NOISEWith a Daily or Weekly Risk Intelligence Brief from RANE. Ongoing risk monitoring saves time and effort with a more efficient process for information screening. https://www.ranenetwork.com/
As the war in Ukraine grinds on, Europe and the West, despite instituting severe sanctions, are looking with a wary eye toward Russia and its long-term goals. In this episode of the Essential Geopolitics podcast from RANE, Finland and Sweden have officially applied to join NATO. But, that would require approval from all 30 member countries. And there’s one hold out. Emily Hawthorne, Senior Middle East and North Africa analyst with RANE, discusses Turkey's reasoning and how long NATO will toe the line. You can read some of her work in RANE Worldview. But you need a subscription. RANE is offering 4 weeks of content for just $1. Get the details and subscribe today at raneworldview.com.
Amid the lengthening war in Ukraine, devastating and repeated mass shootings in the U.S., global climate change, civil unrest, and a lingering pandemic, it might be hard to envision a world without disaster. Maybe that should not be the goal. In today's RANE Insights podcast, our host and RANE founder, David Lawrence, gets a disaster management briefing. Well, sort of. In fact, he discusses the "disaster cycle", its speed and repetition, and how to prepare with author, teacher, and crisis response expert, Juliette Kayyem. Her new book, The Devil Never Sleeps: Learning to Live in an Age of Disasters lays the groundwork for a new approach to dealing with disasters.RANE offers risk intelligence solutions to more than 400 leading corporations, government agencies, and academic institutions. They turn to RANE, for risk intelligence that cuts through the hype to focus on what they need to know, what to expect, and what to do. Learn about us, at RANE network.com
In this episode of RANE's Essential Geopolitics podcast, Ryan Bohl (in for host Emily Donahue) gets a threat briefing from RANE analyst, Charles Thorson. They discuss a recent attack in Egypt. Thorson says, Islamic State militants reportedly attacked a checkpoint in the northeastern region of Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, Qantara. The attack killed 11 Egyptian soldiers and shows that Wilayat Sinai retains some militant capabilities and may launch a renewed terrorism campaign in the event of a crackdown. Subscribe today and expect the news, rather than follow it. RANE Worldview: https://raneworldview.com
In this podcast, RANE Eurasia analyst Ryan Bohl speaks with Sam Lichtenstein, RANE director of analysis, about Costa Rica’s President, Rodrigo Chaves Robles, declaring a national emergency after a ransomware attack. They will discuss what exactly has been going on, what this could mean for other government agencies, and what related over the horizon risks organizations should be considering. Subscribe today and get 4 weeks for just $1. Sign up at https://cloud.subscribe.stratfor.com/worldview 
In this podcast, RANE founder David Lawrence speaks with cybersecurity expert Kevin Zerrusen about “deepfakes,” which use AI algorithms to generate realistic synthetic audio, images and video -- usually with the purpose of misleading audiences. Zerrusen discusses the potential danger the emerging technology poses in the war against disinformation by making it harder for humans to decipher what’s real and what’s fake in the online world. Become a member of the largest community of risk professionals today! Visit ranenetwork.com and check out our many risk mitigation offerings. 
Comments (5)

Fred Z

Outstanding, very engaging, thought provoking.

Apr 28th
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Dochartaigh

Way too pro lockdown here. A few terrified elites who think everyone should stay inside and work from home. Newsflash: we aren't all scared and we done all have the luxury you do.

Apr 23rd
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Sanjeev Gautam

Ambika is a Indian but a known Anti National.Always comes with narrative deceptively against the country.

Dec 9th
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