Peter Zeihan

Host of What in the World?
Peter Zeihan is a geopolitical strategist, which is a fancy way of saying he helps people understand how the world works. Mr. Zeihan combines an expert understanding of demography, economics, energy, politics, technology, and security to help others best prepare for an uncertain future. Over the course of his career,…

Electricity in transition in US and Europe

Germany’s days as an economic powerhouse may be over

China doubles down on zero COVID-19 and lockdowns

Why Europe’s energy upheaval is only beginning

What the end of globalization means for our future

Would Russian oligarchs assassinate Putin? One might.

Turkey not applauding Sweden, Finland joining NATO

How long can the US supply weapons to Ukraine?

Ukrainian resistance won’t outlast Russian will

Gold undermining Russia’s ruble

Why are Sweden and Finland considering joining NATO?

Russia’s Black Sea blunders could lead to NATO meddling

What happens when an energy crisis meets a food shortage?

Why Poland is asking for US nuclear weapons

Buyers of Russian oil making idiotic move

Russian refineries slowing down sooner than expected

If Europe cuts off Russian oil, will China fuel up more?

What do sanctions mean for Russia’s finances?

Our world relies on nickel. Guess who has tons of it?

Russia’s twilight war

How much does the world depend on Russian exports?

Examining Russian invasion paths into Ukraine

Ukraine: The war after the war

What’s ahead for the Fed and world economy?

Support for Ukraine puts Russia in unexpected situation

Russia-Ukraine conflict fuels worries over natural gas

Don’t worry about rare-earth metals; we have plenty

Let’s decode the future of semiconductors

Is water the next major geopolitical issue?

Will China get involved in Afghanistan?

What’s stopping China from taking Taiwan?

COVID-19: The way out and forward

Ida know much about energy

What does full vaccine approval mean?