This podcast is part of our Flint briefing series on the Israel-Hamas crisis and will offer listeners our analysis of developments in the conflict, the risks of escalation, diplomatic activity and the potential wider international consequences. Our previous call on 'The wider implications of the Hamas attack on Israel' can be found here.
The conflict in Gaza is set to continue, with widespread and enduring implications for the region and international politics. Flint Partner Alex White hosts our expert panel to discuss this further:
Hamas‘ attack on Israel on Saturday is a very serious political, geopolitical, and psychological shock. The situation on the ground is still developing. There will be further violence, and the attack will have widespread and enduring implications – for Israel, the wider region and global politics.
In this podcast, Flint Partner Alex White hosts a discussion on the political, economic and security consequences of the conflict between Flint experts:
In the second instalment of Geopolitics for Business, Flint director and former Australian diplomat Katie Whitting chairs a panel of Flint experts to discuss the outcome of the recent BRICS summit; they debate the significance of enlargement of the BRICS, whether China can succeed in turning this group into a counterweight to the G7, and what these changes could mean for business.
In this episode, Katie is joined by:
In our first episode, we discuss the outcomes of the NATO summit that was held on 11 and 12 July in Vilnius, Lithuania. Flint Director and former French diplomat Francois-Joseph Schichan hosts the discussion between this month’s guests: