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Jon Sopel


Jon Sopel is a presenter for the news programme Global on BBC World News and a presenter and correspondent on the BBC News and BBC One. Since joining the BBC in 1983, he has served as chief political correspondent for BBC News and international correspondent in the Middle-East during the Israel-Lebanon war, in Sri Lanka after the 2004 tsunami, in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, in Beijing for the 2008 Olympic Games, and in South Africa for the World Cup. In 2007 Jon was named political journalist of the year by the Public Affairs Industry.



The Future of the City

Ephemeral Kingdoms, Eternal Cities

The great metropolises of the globe have outlived kingdoms and empires. The world’s oldest centers of political power will dominate the 22nd century. The influence of cities will eclipse the power of nation-states.

by Saskia Sassen 11.03.2013



Global Economic Growth

What Dreams May Come

While the West engages in serious navel-gazing, the rest of the world is moving ahead. Don’t judge the state of the world economy by Western GDP growth.

by Robert Kappel 18.03.2013



The Future of Conflict

Star Wars

The history of conflict is as old as the history of human civilization. Forget utopian hopes for a pacifist future – the 22nd century will still be marked by wars. But locations and actors will change.

by George Friedman 19.03.2013



Europe's Geopolitical Impotence

Very Old World

European foreign policy in Syria has failed. Has Europe become powerless on the world stage?

by Roland Benedikter 22.06.2013



The Future of Diplomacy

Citizens Of The World

Technological progress is breaking down communicative and linguistic barriers. Diplomacy will cease to be conducted behind closed doors – tomorrow, we’re all ambassadors.

by Ben Scott 01.04.2013



US Policy in the Middle East

Delayer in Chief

The United States hoped to build Turkey into a model democracy in the Middle East, and to wait out the turmoil of the Arab Spring. Both policies have failed.

by Stefano Casertano 13.06.2013

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