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John Hulsman

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Dr. John C. Hulsman is the President and Co-Founder of John C. Hulsman Enterprises, a prominent global political risk consulting firm, and a Life Member of the US Council on Foreign Relations.  His most recent work, To Dare More Boldly; The Audacious Story of Political Risk, was published by Princeton University Press in April 2018.


For three years, Dr. Hulsman was the Senior Columnist for City AM, the newspaper of the city of London. Prior to this, John was a Senior Research Fellow at The Hague Centre of Strategic Studies, and served as the first Alfred von Oppenheim Scholar in Residence at the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) in Berlin. Earlier, he was Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, responsible for geopolitics, the study of terrorism and American foreign policy and a Fellow in US Foreign Policy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), two of the largest and most important think tanks helping to craft America’s foreign policy. 


John holds a PhD in International Relations from St. Andrews University in Scotland and an M.A. (Hons) Degree in History with International Relations from St. Andrews.

Recent Research

The Rise of the Populist International: European Dis-Integration Ahead?

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by Brunello Rosa and John Hulsman

6 February 2019

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POLICY COMPASS: US 2018 Mid-Terms: An Election That Settled Nothing

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by John C. Hulsman 

20 November 2018

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TRAVEL NOTES: American Mid-term elections: Verdict on the Trump Revolution

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by John C. Hulsman  

17 October 2018

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THE GEOPOLITICAL CORNER BY JOHN HULSMAN

Will Ramaphosa Deliver South Africa’s Economic Promise?

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by John Hulsman

2 July 2019

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Despite Modi’s Chequered Record, India’s Star Is Rising

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by John Hulsman

18 June 2019

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Beyond The Wishful Headlines, Europe’s Chronic Decline Gathers Pace

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by John Hulsman

4 June 2019

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Geopolitical Corner by John Hulsman - Venezuela and the Iron Laws of Revolution

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by John Hulsman 

1 February 2019

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Geopolitical Corner by John Hulsman - Brexit: Ways to Get Unstuck

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by John Hulsman

22 January 2019

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Geopolitical Corner by John Hulsman - Geopolitical Predictions For 2019

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by John Hulsman

20 December 2018

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Geopolitical Corner - Protest of the Yellow Vests: Macron and Europe at the Brink

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(Picture by AFP, from RTL) 

by John Hulsman

11 December 2018

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May's Intellectual Confusion Explains Her "Hotel California" Brexit

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by John Hulsman

7 December 2018

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Geopolitical Corner by John Hulsman: The damage Merkel has wrought

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by John Hulsman

9 November 2018

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Geopolitical Corner: The problem with Brexit is that absolutely no one is listening

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by John Hulsman

25 September 2018

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Geopolitical Corner: Why A Real Russia-China Axis Will Never Happen

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by John Hulsman

19 September 2018

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Ethiopia is the best political risk story you know nothing about

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by John Hulsman

12 September 2018

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How The World Really Works (Part 4)

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by John Hulsman

6 September 2018

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How The World Really Works (Part 3)

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by John Hulsman

29 August 2018

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How The World Really Works (Part 2)

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by John Hulsman 

24 August 2018

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How The World Really Works (Part 1)

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by John Hulsman

15 August 2018

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DISRUPTIVE IDEAS: The Return of the Fedual World?

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John C. Hulsman and Boris N. Liedtke

2 August 2018

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Geopolitical Corner by John Hulsman: Trump re-ignites the Iranian Nuclear Crisis

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by John Hulsman

2 August 2018

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Geopolitical Corner by John Hulsman: Understanding Putin's Game

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by John Hulsman

24 July 2018

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The unholy trinity of Trump, Corbyn, and Mandelson point the way to a better Brexit

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by John Hulsman

17 July 2018

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