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Section: Geopolitical Futures (USA)

    The World in 2018
    Dec15

    The World in 2018

    Summary It’s difficult to ignore how dramatically the world has changed since 2008, when the global financial crisis shook the foundations on which the international order was built. The systems that had been in place for a generation have since begun to slowly fall apart. And though they have not yet crumbled entirely, the possibility that...

    What We’re Reading: Dec. 12, 2017
    Dec14

    What We’re Reading: Dec. 12, 2017

    Below you will find a list of books that members of the Geopolitical Futures team are currently reading. It highlights insightful and relevant books from around the globe and the reasons we chose them. A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II By Gerhard L. Weinberg George Friedman: I have just finished what I believe is the longest book...

    Watch List Findings: Dec. 9, 2017
    Dec09

    Watch List Findings: Dec. 9, 2017

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    Watch List: Dec. 5, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Watch List: Dec. 4, 2017
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    Watch List: Dec. 4, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Watch List Findings: Dec. 2, 2017
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    Watch List Findings: Dec. 2, 2017

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    Germany: Keeping an Eye on the Balkans
    Nov30

    Germany: Keeping an Eye on the Balkans

    By Antonia Colibasanu Germany’s foreign intelligence agency is increasingly turning its attention to the Balkans, according to a report by German newspaper Berliner Zeitung. The agency, the BND, has not confirmed the story, but the media rarely report on the BND’s work. That they did in this case could indicate that the agency wants...

    Watch List: Nov. 27, 2017
    Nov28

    Watch List: Nov. 27, 2017

    The items listed below represent potential emerging issues that our analysts are tracking. These can be long term or short term, but will be updated daily. If an item on our Watch List becomes critical, we will email you a full analysis explaining its significance. Each Saturday, we will follow up our daily Watch List for each week with our...

    Watch List Findings: Nov. 25, 2017
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    Watch List Findings: Nov. 25, 2017

    What follows are the preliminary findings for issues identified in the daily Watch Lists this week. We are only sending findings that we regard as significant or potentially significant to keep this list manageable. We have findings for all the Watch List items. Should you be interested in findings not listed here, please contact us and we will...

    German Intelligence Failures Ahead of Stalingrad
    Nov25

    German Intelligence Failures Ahead of Stalingrad

    (click to enlarge) But the Germans made a critical error even before the invasion began. Barbarossa was a three-pronged attack. One prong was into the Baltic states and then toward Leningrad (modern-day St. Petersburg), the second was toward Moscow, and the third was into the south, designed to capture Ukraine and then the Caucasus. Formulating...

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