“Centered Around” Again

Remember, the center of something is a point. It doesn’t go around anything. This guy does it wrong twice:

It’s interesting that the analysis doesn’t really center around the security properties of Telegram, but more around its ubiquity as a messaging platform in the country.

The correct wording is “center on” but in a sentence like this, with two instances of the usage, a bit of creativity is in order. Here are a few choices. What do you recommend?

  • discuss
  • cover
  • talk about
  • mention
  • report on
  • reveal
  • isn’t about
  • _____________