Geostrategy360° is the Council on Geostrategy’s fortnightly podcast hosted by James Rogers and Viktorija Starych-Samuolienė. On the podcast we discuss contemporary geopolitical and environmental issues from a British standpoint with a wide range of guests.
Episode 5 - the G7 summit, COP26 and tackling China with the acting Canadian High Commissioner
On Geostrategy360 this week, Viktorija Starych-Samuoliene interviews Stefanie Beck, the acting Canadian High Commissioner to Britain, about bilateral and multilateral cooperation, upcoming global summits, China, and what countries like Canada and the UK are prioritising as they recover from the covid-19 pandemic.
Episode 4 - The Defence Command Paper with The Rt. Hon Tobias Ellwood MP
This week on Geostrategy360, host Viktorija speaks to The Rt. Hon Tobias Ellwood MP, Chairman of the Defence Select Committee and member of parliament for Bournemouth East, about the recently released Defence Command Paper, the Integrated Review and what all this means for Britain and the British military.
Episode 3 - China and its place in British foreign policy, with Charles Parton OBE
In the third episode of the Geostrategy360 podcast, host Viktorija questions China expert Charles Parton on what the Integrated Review has to say about China, the UK's Indo-Pacific 'tilt', the issue of Taiwan and what China wants to get out of Britain.
Episode 2 - The Integrated Review and environmental diplomacy with Tom Tugendhat MP
This week, Geostrategy360 welcomes Tom Tugendhat MP, chair of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee and Member of Parliament for Tonbridge and Malling. Interviewed by the Council on Geostrategy's Viktorija Starych-Samuoliene, Tom talks about the Integrated Review, the future of British foreign policy and the challenges of environmental diplomacy.
Episode 1 - Introducing the Council on Geostrategy
In our first episode, Co-founders Viktorija Starych Samuoliene and James Rogers introduce the organisation, explain The Council's interest in environmental security and discuss our first policy paper, 'A Crowe Memorandum for the 21st Century'