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Hello, my name is Joseph Shupac. I am a financial journalist living in Toronto, Canada, and this is my blog about economics and world affairs. If you have any interesting articles, pictures, or videos that you would like to see published on this website, I would be more than happy to look at them, so please, submit them already! You can reach me at josephshupac@gmail.com, or in the comments section below.

 

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. jp says:

    I’ve read a couple of articles of yours with great interest. I particularly liked the ones about China. A suggestion if I may: Why don’t you make a Facebook page (just like Geopolitics Made Supereasy) so your readers know when a new post is up? Thanks for your efforts and I’m looking forward to reading more.
    JP

  2. Georvic says:

    In general, I have found this website extremely well written. All of its contents is on par, if not superior, to the materials written by Peter Zeihan and George Friedman.

    By the way, I just want to ask a couple of questions: in what scenarios do you think Venezuela could manage to industrialize given its current economic state?

    Are there hard geopolitical factors that could help that country drive its economy towards diversification in spite of the terrible job its leaders have done?

    I ask these questions because it seems to me that it all depends on contingency for this country. Especially if one takes into account its history since the beginning of the last century.

    Thank you very much for your hard work!

    • Georvic, thank you so much! I really enjoyed both of those authors’ books, so I take that as a great compliment. I don’t know enough about Venezuela to comment on what its future is likely to be, but I hope things go well for it. I don’t see any reason why the country shouldn’t be able to do well…but obviously that’s way easier said than done. Feel free to submit a guest post on the subject if you want.

  3. Muhammad Anees says:

    indeed it is the best reading material so far on current issues in Geopolitical Economy for my students. I have been refering my students read these articles on many issues to think more broadly to evaluation international relations and economic issues. Great work by Joseph.

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