The Return and Transformation of Geopolitics - Panel 4 and Conclusion

FOURTH PANEL: New Transnational Realities
The fourth panel of our geopolitical conference highlighted how progressive ideologies have proliferated across businesses and institutions in both national and international contexts in the last five years, and in doing so changed the way these organizations think and act. The panelists explored how these ideologies have become the driving doctrine of corporate Human Resources; how the climate movement is changing energy policy without sufficient consideration of the trade-offs; and how both the social justice and climate movements have the hallmarks of millenarianism. After the last panel, Zsolt Németh, Chair to Foreign Affairs Committee of the Hungarian Parliament held the concluding speech.
- Dr. Calum Nicholson, Fellow of Danube Institute, U.K.
- Prof. David Martin-Jones, Visiting Professor, War Studies Department, King’s College, University of London, U.K.
- Michael Anton, Hillsdale Kirby Center of Government, Lecturer and Research Fellow, Graduate School of Government, U.S.
- Dr. Jeremy Carl, Senior Fellow, Claremont Institute, U.S.
- Timothy M. Egan, President and CEO, Canadian Gas Association (CGA), CA
- Alex Kaschuta, writer, culture critic & podcast host, RO - Dr. David L. Dusenbury, Fellow of Danube Institute & Author, U.S.
- Anton Bendarzsevszkij, Director of Research, Danube Institute, HU
- Dr. George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures Founder, U.S.
- Zsolt Németh, Chair to Foreign Affairs Committee/Head of H.U. Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly to the Council of Europe