Beyond the Greek impasse
What if resistance to EU austerity spreads to other countries?
A net assessment of East Asia
China, with its move from limited liberality to increasingly intense authoritarianism, is the key to the region.
A net assessment of the Middle East
Secularism is dying. Islam is reviving. But what comes next is anyone's guess.
A net assessment of the world
Realities frozen by the Cold War are still emerging, bringing a general malaise.
How British elections reflect the mood of Europe
Tomorrow's election could shape the future of the United Kingdom.
Prelude to a Japanese revival
| 30 April 2015 | FEATURES |
Despite two decades of economic and demographic decline, Japan's song is far from over.
Coming to terms with the American empire
The United States became an empire almost absent-mindedly. But now it cannot shrug off its responsibilties.
The intersection of three crises
| 26 February 2015 | FEATURES |
Greece, Ukraine and Iran bring the United States back to Eurasia.
Global population decline in 100 years
| 24 February 2015 | FAMILY EDGE |
Mind the gap: some cultures have an advantage in the modern world
| 30 January 2015 | FEATURES |
Those left behind include youths susceptible to the appeal of extremist rhetoric.
The new drivers of Europe’s geopolitics
| 29 January 2015 | FEATURES |
The question about Europe now is not whether it can retain its current form, but how radically that form will change.
Forecasting is tough, especially about the future
George Friedman makes some surprising predictions in his look at the next 100 years.
The top 5 events of 2014
| 31 December 2014 | FEATURES |
It was another year in a long tale of human triumph and misery, worse than some, better than others.
Taking the strategic intelligence model to Moscow
| 03 December 2014 | FEATURES |
Strategic forecasting and analysis depends on things hidden in clear sight.
Turkey, the Kurds and Iraq: the prize and peril of Kirkuk
| 08 October 2014 | FEATURES |
The Turkish government is looking at Iraq and Syria in a way similar to its stance almost a century ago. .
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