Mauldin Economics and Geopolitical Futures present...

Crisis & Chaos:
Are We Moving Toward World War III?

George Friedman's Groundbreaking Documentary
with Global Forecasts for the Next 25 Years

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America Looks On as Europe and Asia Fall Apart

A region covering almost 40% of the Earth’s landmass is destabilizing. The looming threat is so severe that its closest comparison is the period leading up to World War II. How long will it take before the economic and political crises convulsing the Eastern Hemisphere affect Americans too?

Mauldin Economics and Geopolitical Futures present one of the most important documentaries you’ll see this year.

In Crisis & Chaos: Are We Moving Toward World War III?, geopolitical expert George Friedman—one of the most uncannily accurate forecasters of world events—reveals:

  •   The ominous trends that threaten world peace

  •   The likely scenarios 5, 10, and 25 years from now

  •  Exactly where the United States will stand as old regimes fall and new powers rise in the East

American Exposure to the European Financial Crisis

Register today to watch this explosive documentary. As our thank-you gift for registering, we’ll instantly send you a special report from Geopolitical Futures, American Exposure to the European Financial Crisis. It reveals the three significant challenges lurking in the Italian banking crisis that have the potential to profoundly impact the United States.

PLUS… As our thank you for watching, you can get a free subscription to This Week in Geopolitics, George’s weekly newsletter on the geopolitical issues you need to know about.

Read by over 240,000 people each week, This Week in Geopolitics is a masterclass in incisive analysis. With topics like the geopolitics of nuclear weapons, the future of NATO’s shaky alliance, and the power struggle between Japan and China, This Week in Geopolitics is a much-needed antidote to the partisan, headline chasing mainstream media.

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Watch Chaos & Crisis: Are We Moving Toward World War III?, now!


Who Is George Friedman?

George Friedman

Internationally renowned intelligence and geopolitics expert George Friedman is the founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures. He also founded the well-known global intelligence service Stratfor and served as its chairman for 19 years before leaving in 2015.

George is the author of six books, including the New York Times best-seller, The Next 100 Years, and his most recent book, Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisis in Europe.

For decades, George has correctly predicted world-changing events—including the EU crisis, the Ukraine conflict, and the US-Iranian truce. He has regularly briefed military organizations, consulted for Fortune 100 executives, and is a sought-after speaker at conferences worldwide. Today, he shares his unparalleled analysis and forecasts several times a week with Geopolitical Futures readers.

Geopolitical Futures

Geopolitical Futures’ mission is to inform the discerning public about the global trends that matter now—and to predict important future events with pinpoint accuracy. Founder George Friedman and his team of top-tier analysts issue annual and 25-year forecasts, as well as regular updates, deep-dive assessments, and daily reality checks on vital topics such as the United States’ relationship with Russia, China’s provoking of Japan, and the battle against the Islamic State.

Built on a network of international intelligence contacts, proven analysis methods, and decades of experience, the online subscription-based service Geopolitical Futures puts the information usually reserved for government and military decision makers into the hands of the public.

Going beyond mainstream media headlines to uncover what’s really happening—and what will happen—in an increasingly volatile world, Geopolitical Futures is a vital asset for savvy investors and concerned citizens alike.

“Expect the unexpected... George Friedman can see without the crystal ball.”