Interview – A military clash is likely before US elections
Independent Macro Economist Christian Takushi is interviewed by FinancialSense’s senior editor Cris Sheridan. Takushi gives a balanced non-ideological analysis on how Geopolitics and Economics will influence the US Elections 2020. He sheds light on aspects that consensus is underestimating.
In this interview he touches on a potential National Security disruption in the 2nd half 2020 that could re-shape the race for the White House. The interview in full length is a courtesy of EconomicSence.com.
Takushi explains what could reshape the White House Race: National Security – a military clash or foreign policy upset. Back in 2016 he pointed to an election shock and Trump’s victory. Consensus is again very negative on Trump’s re-election chances and the incumbent is lagging behind 10 points in the points. Takushi has developed proprietary methods & statistical databases to analyse the US Political Process.
This geopolitical research is non-partisan and avoids any use of conspiracy theories. Apart from treating all leaders and nations with respect, Takushi tries to understand & forecast their next steps rather than passing judgement on them. His analysis is truly independent and entirely based on his academic research, proprietary methods and databases.
By Christian Takushi MA UZH, Independent Macro Economist & Geopolitical Strategist. 21 July 2020
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A distinct broad approach to geopolitical research
(a) All nations & groups advance their geostrategic interests with all the means at their disposal
(b) A balance between Western linear-logical and Oriental circular-historical-religious thinking is crucial given the rise of Oriental powers
(c) As a geopolitical analyst with an economic mindset Takushi does research with little regard for political ideology and conspiracy theories
(d) Independent time series data aggregation & propriety risk models
(e) Takushi only writes/comments when his analysis deviates from Consensus