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06/01/2018 | Covert Wars: Iran And Saudi Arabia Revisit Their Strategies – Analysis
James M. Dorsey | Eurasia Review
Expressions of support by US President Donald J. Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu have provided the grist for Iranian claims that anti-government protests were instigated by foreign powers. The largely baseless assertions offer nonetheless insight into the very different strategies adopted by Iran and Saudi Arabia in their vicious struggle for regional dominance. ...
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03/01/2018 | 2018 presenta un elevado riesgo de una crisis geopolítica global
Alicia Gonzalez | El País (Es)
Eurasia Group alerta de la creciente amenaza de una nueva guerra fría tecnológica ...
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03/01/2018 | Malaysia’s Counterterrorism Strategy: Keeping ISIS in Check
Michael Hart | Geopoliticalmonitor.com
Since ISIS burst onto the scene after rampaging through northern Syria and Iraq more than three years ago, Southeast Asia’s Muslim-majority countries have been concerned that the new wave of terrorism would eventually spread to their region. ...
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02/01/2018 | La Guerra del Narco contamina México
Javier Brandoli | El Mundo
2017 es el año más violento en la historia del país, con casi 25.000 homicidios; pero los candidatos a las presidenciales ignoran este grave problema ...
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02/01/2018 | Why And How A New Democratization Of Russia Can Happen And Be Supported – OpEd
Dr. Abraham F. Lowenthal | Eurasia Review
Western comments on Russian domestic and foreign affairs have, during the last years, become more and more gloomy. Among other topics, this pessimistic discourse (to which I too have contributed) features Putin’s neo-imperial plans for the post-Soviet area, the many varieties of post-Soviet Russian ultra-nationalism, the fragility of the geopolitical grey zone between the Kremlin-dominated sphere on the one side and NATO in the other, Moscow’s subversion of the foundations of the world’s nuclear non-proliferation regime (via Russian attacks on the nuclear-weapons-free state Ukraine), the catastrophic scenario of a full-scale Russian-Ukrainian war, the grave repercussions of such a new escalation for the whole of East-Central Europe, and the continuing Western naivety with regard to the origins, nature, functioning and aims of the current regime in Moscow. ...
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02/01/2018 | Modi Needs To Consolidate Gains Made In 2018 – OpEd
N. S. Venkatraman | Eurasia Review
Mr. Modi was voted into power as India’s Prime Minister with overwhelming majority three years back, primarily due to the faith that he successfully created among large section of country men that he would ensure probity in public life, root out black money and corruption and focus on development and growth. After seeing the dismal performance of the Manmohan Singh government and several corrupt dealings under his “watchful eye”, people thought that the country desperately needed better governance. Mr. Modi met the mood of the people and got the mandate to govern the country for five years. ...
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02/01/2018 | Is Peace in Yemen Possible?
James M. Dorsey | The Globalist
Even though the wars in Syria and Iraq are dying down, Saudi Arabia will have to learn to share the Middle East with Iran. ...
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01/01/2018 | The Mysterious Death of a Chinese General
Don Tse | The Diplomat
What Zhang Yang’s suicide reveals about Xi Jinping’s political situation. ...
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01/01/2018 | Russia-UK Relations Post-Brexit – Analysis
Alina Toporas | Modern Diplomacy
With the news that Twitter and Facebook are facing major sanctions because of their reluctance to offer information on alleged Russian interference in the EU referendum in Britain, questions over the UK-Russia relations post-Brexit are worth investigating. More precisely, does Brexit have the potential of carving new ‘détente’ paths in this UK-Russia alliance? ...
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01/01/2018 | Two Standoffs And Some Nuclear Lessons – Analysis
A. Vinod Kumar | IDSA - Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses
The politics of nuclear weapons have always been complex and enigmatic. A testament to this reality came during the course of the current year, which not only saw a little over a quarter of UN member states agreeing to a nuclear weapons prohibition treaty, but was witnessed two major standoffs between nuclear-armed states, with one of these threatening to escalate into a nuclear conflagration. ...
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