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If We Covered the U.S. Election

Rodger Baker
Senior VP of Strategic Analysis, Stratfor
Apr 26, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
The coverage of the U.S. presidential campaign at the current stage would yield few relevant geopolitical insights. We don't call elections, but we do seek to identify the forces that shape the processes and the realities that will face the officials who rise to power, through whatever means.
The coverage of the U.S. presidential campaign at the current stage would yield few relevant geopolitical insights. We don't call elections, but we do seek to identify the forces that shape the processes and the realities that will face the officials who rise to power, through whatever means.
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Stratfor analysis would be less about the individual candidates and more about the system that allowed them to rise to prominence. We don't call elections, but we do seek to identify the forces that shape the processes and the realities that will face the officials who rise to power, through whatever means....

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