George Friedman is a geopolitical forecaster, political scientist, and author of many books. He is the founder of Stratfor, a private intelligence firm, in 1996. He is an exceptional intelligence officer for the United States Marines and has been praised as “the man who invented modern intelligence” by The Economist magazine. He has given insight into global geopolitical events through his education at the University of Chicago in Economics and as one of only a few Americans to have studied European Studies at Oxford. And before joining US Army Intelligence Corps.”
George career began when he served three tours with the US Army Special Forces, where he earned the Purple Heart and Bronze Star medals for bravery under fire during combat operations in Southeast Asia from 1968-1972, then taught at West Point Military Academy before going to Bologna University to study economics and international relations on a Fulbright Scholarship. George has written six books, including America’s Secret War: Inside the Hidden Worldwide Struggle Between Democracy and Terror, which was published by Random House in 2003.
George is a political scientist, historian, and expert on international relations. He has given speeches at Harvard University, Gresham College in London, The George Washington Institute of Public Policy, among many other prestigious institutions. In addition to this, George also lectures around the world. He is definitely a very valuable man who has given a lot using his intellect.