Nostalgia for NATO
8 May 2013 |
tags: European identity, European Union, NATO
When the West had a common enemy in the Soviet Union, it was united. Now Europe is fragmenting once again into quarrelling rivals.
Redlines and the problems of intervention in Syria
1 May 2013 |
tags: foreign policy, Syria
The US and its European allies do not have the force needed to end Syria's appalling bloodshed.
Beyond the post-Cold War world
3 Apr 2013 |
While the US has made many mistakes, a fragmented Europe and a weaker China mean that the US will be more powerful -- since power is relative.
The Cyprus bailout: a disturbing precedent
27 Mar 2013 |
tags: Cyprus bailout, European Union, Germany
European policy makers have broken a barrier that has been in place since the 1930s.
A new reality in relations between US and Israel
20 Mar 2013 |
tags: foreign policy, Israel, Stratfor, USA
It's like a marriage that continues out of habit but whose foundation has withered. Can Obama's visit repair it?
What if North Korea really is crazy?
13 Mar 2013 |
tags: North Korea, Stratfor
It's unlikely, but what could push North Korea over the brink?
Europe, unemployment and instability
7 Mar 2013 |
tags: Europe, financial crisis, Stratfor, unemployment
The European crisis is no longer finance but the devastating effects of unemployment.
Hellfire, morality and strategy
20 Feb 2013 |
tags: drones, ethics of warfare, US
The use of drones may be legal under international war, but it is leading the US into unknown territory.
Ferocious, weak and crazy
30 Jan 2013 |
tags: diplomacy, North Korea
If diplomacy is the art of winning without warring, North Korea is in a class of its own.
Avoiding the Wars That Never End
16 Jan 2013 |
tags: terrorism, United States, warfare
The United States is being forced by the permanent warfare being waged by Islamist terrorists to alter its strategic view of the world.