John Sitilides explores the complex geopolitical and geo-economic decisions
that impact markets in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and worldwide,
helping corporate executives, investment managers and civic audiences
better understand, anticipate, and mitigate risk.


John Sitilides has authored numerous op-eds and policy reports,
and conducted many interviews, including:

Foreign Policy Research Institute

NATO Needs to Get Serious at Seventy-Five

February 26, 2024

NAPE Dealmakers Magazine

Geopolitical Risk and Energy: International Security Upheavals Impacting Strategic Planning

January 2024

The Purchaser

Geopolitics and Supply Chains

January 15, 2024

The National Interest

How the War in Ukraine Transformed A Quiet Port into a Geopolitical Center

August 1, 2023

Voice of America

July 9, 2023

Expectations from Erdogan-Mitsotakis Meeting During NATO Summit

Epoch Times

March 10, 2023

China Seeking to Consolidate Power in Asia, Drive Other Nations Away From US


January 17, 2023

U.S., Russia, and the Geopolitics of Energy in the Ukraine War


November 4, 2022

A New Era of Great Power Rivalry Intensifies Geopolitical Turmoil

Voice of America

May 18, 2022

Impact on Turkey of Prime Minister’s Visit to U.S.

The National Interest

May 16, 2022

U.S. and Greece Take Strategic Partnership to New Heights

Washington Times

March 12, 2022

NATO Could Become Distracted with an Aegean Sea Crisis

Greek Reporter

February 23, 2022

Ukraine War: The Consequences

Voice of America (Turkey)

June 16, 2021

Afghanistan Proposal Good Opportunity to Repair U.S.-Turkey Relations