George Friedman: “Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisis in Europe” | Talks at Google

MALE SPEAKER: Today with us is George Friedman, an American political scientist, author, and entrepreneur. His newest book is “Flash Points– The Emerging Crisis in Europe.” Mr. Friedman was born in 1949 in Budapest, Hungary. He has authored several books, including “The Next 100 Years,” “The Next Decade,” “America’s Secret Continue Reading

Brexit News: Deal or No Deal? (w/ Nigel Farage & Larry McDonald)

LARRY MCDONALD: Nigel Farage, it’s a pleasure to have you back here with Real Vision. NIGEL FARAGE: Good to be back. Exciting times. LARRY MCDONALD: What you’ve accomplished this year– and we sat down in the spring– blow by blow, you’ve called this thing pretty accurately. I was at an Continue Reading

#EIFasks – Social media and democracy

being a member of the Parliament in my campaigns that I did I use more more than social media and it could reach more people and via these these instruments we have more direct contact so in general I’m very positive for my own outcome of the voter and my Continue Reading

Future Risks: Geopolitical recession

Our economies are more integrated than ever before. But politics is driving countries apart. Nationalism is rising. Cooperation among nations is waning. Global leadership is lacking. And trade wars are growing more common. This is a world that is less able to respond effectively to macroeconomic crises environmental disasters health Continue Reading

Why I’m a globalist | IN 60 SECONDS

Many conservatives saw the Brexit referendum and Donald Trump’s 2016 victory as useful correctives. It was time to push back, the argument went, against the overreach of unaccountable international bureaucracies, such as the European Union and the UN. Maybe even NATO has become obsolete. But can we really go back Continue Reading

EP Commissioner Hearings: Dubravka Šuica showed her commitment to democracy

I think that she’s the right person because I think she not only knows with her brain what democracy is about but she also feels democracy and she, I think, can be very convincing in reaching out to people and telling them about Europe and bringing Europe closer to the Continue Reading

Press Conference: Yanis Varoufakis & Democracy in Europe Movement 25

English subtitles Good morning. We officially start the press conference of DiEM Democracy in Europe Movement. This is Yanis Varoufakis as you probably know. My name is Srecko Horvat. We are only one of the representatives of many people, who already joined the movement and today during the day you Continue Reading

Europe against Nationalists – European elections clip

Dear Nationalists it’s easy to look for guilt others have before you It’s harder to solve problems real problems But still, we are trying to progress protect and go beyond they deserve it The world can’t be lead by fear hate and ignorance it has to be lead by ambition Continue Reading

Are Referendums Bad For Democracy?

2016 was the year of controversial referendums. In Colombia, voters rejected a peace deal that would have brought an end to half a century of war. In the United Kingdom, voters opted to leave the European Union, the first country to do so since the Union’s formation. And in Thailand, Continue Reading

If Islam Was A White Religion | The Iconoclast

along [Music] ah [Music] if Islam was a white religion things would be different how many times have you been called racist by the left for criticizing Islam I’ll take a wild stab in the dark and assume a lot it doesn’t matter how much you protest or how many Continue Reading