on geopolitics

To the Future President of the United States

Reva Goujon
VP of Global Analysis, Stratfor
Apr 5, 2016 | 08:10 GMT
The current election cycle has been unpredictable; the environment that will shape U.S. foreign policy on Russia, Europe, China and the Middle East is anything but. The next occupant of the White House's Oval Office will inherit a complex and delicate geopolitical balancing act.
The current election cycle has been unpredictable; the environment that will shape U.S. foreign policy on Russia, Europe, China and the Middle East is anything but. The next occupant of the White House's Oval Office will inherit a complex and delicate geopolitical balancing act.
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The constraints built into the U.S. presidency as well as those shaping the international system will inevitably blur personal distinctions and mold policy decisions. The current election cycle has been unpredictable; the environment that will shape U.S. foreign policy is anything but....

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