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13/09/2017 | Frente Externo
Kurdish Independence: The Next Phase of the Iraq Civil War?
...The opportunity for Kurdish independence comes down to Kurdistan’s negotiating leverage vis-à-vis the central government. It’s not a coincidence that the referendum announcement came in June, just as the battle of Mosul was winding down and the war against Islamic State was all but won...
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02/04/2017 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Russian Hacking and the Baltic States
The recent furor over Russian hacking and other interference in the US presidential elections continues to rumble on months into the Trump administration. But the charges now appearing in US media outlets sound very familiar to a group of countries situated on one of the frontlines of the new Cold War: the Baltics. Located on the edges of the Russian Federation, the tiny Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania are regarded by the Kremlin as rightfully belonging inside Moscow’s sphere of influence. Since breaking away from the disintegrating Soviet Union in the early 1990s however, the three countries have plotted their own course toward the West. All three joined the European Union (EU) in 2004, and all are frontline members NATO. This has put them squarely in the crosshairs of frequent Russian disinformation and hacking campaigns.
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19/03/2017 | En Parrilla
Forecast Calls for ‘Sunshine’ on the Korean Peninsula
The bombshell disclosures, mass protests, and obstinacy from the president to the very end – the epic downfall of Park Geun-hye will reverberate in South Korea for years to come. Yet the consequences won’t be limited to the domestic sphere. The president’s removal comes at a delicate time for the alliances and interests that underpin East Asian security. If President Trump’s rhetoric doused the US alliance system in gasoline; Park’s downfall could just be the spark that ignites it.
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06/01/2017 | Frente Externo
Interview: Dr. Parag Khanna on How to Fix the US Political System
Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with Dr. Parag Khanna, international relations expert and best-selling author of Technocracy in America.
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28/09/2016 | Economía y Finanzas
Flash: BIS Sounds the Alarm on China Banking System
The Bank of International Settlements (BIS) has sounded the alarm about excessive debt in the Chinese financial system. According to the BIS – an international banking watchdog – China’s credit-to-GDP gap has now reached 30.1. The next highest country on the list is Canada with 12.1.
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25/09/2016 | Frente Externo
Interview: ECFR's Mark Leonard on Brexit and the Future of the EU
Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with Mark Leonard to discuss the repercussions of the Brexit. Mr. Leonard is the Director of the European Council of Foreign Relations.
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04/02/2016 | Frente Externo
Interview: Gabriele Quattrochi on the EU Migrant Crisis
Geopoliticalmonitor sits down with Gabriele Quattrocchi, the Vice Director of Mediterranean Affairs, to discuss the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe. Mediterranean Affairs is a center for studies whose main goal is to provide analyses, reports, and dossiers on various issues of international policy, security, economic and social challenges concerning the Mediterranean area.
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23/03/2015 | Economía y Finanzas
Analysis: How Low Can the Canadian Dollar Go?
The Canadian dollar, or “loonie” as it’s called, has had a difficult time of late. Throughout 2011 it flirted with parity with its US peer, even closing at 1.059 USD on July 26 of that year. More recently it has traded down from parity but still strong, closing at 0.94 USD on July 1, 2014. But the past eight months have seen the loonie plummet in value. It closed at 0.7955 USD yesterday after surging 0.128 USD following Chair Yellen’s dovish statement on the pace of upcoming US interest rate hikes.
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07/01/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
GPM Outlook 2015: US-Iran Relations
Of all the possible forecasts for the upcoming year, here is perhaps the easiest for pundits to make: 2015 is ‘do or die’ time for the cautious rapprochement currently unfolding between Iran and the United States. There are two reasons for this.
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10/12/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
The Resource Wars of Tomorrow
Of the many resources that could potentially lead to inter-state conflict in the future, oil & gas ranks highest on the list of importance. The reason is simple: supplies are scarce and energy resources are fundamental for essentially every economic activity that drives GDP growth.
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