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No Shelter From the Panama Papers
AssessmentsApr 8, 2016
Those Who Are (and Are Not) Sheltered From the Panama Papers
View of a sign outside the building where Panama-based Mossack Fonseca law firm offices are placed in Panama City on April 3, 2016. A massive leak -coming from Mossack Fonseca- of 11.5 million tax documents on Sunday exposed the secret offshore dealings of aides to Russian president Vladimir Putin, world leaders and celebrities including Barcelona forward Lionel Messi. An investigation into the documents by more than 100 media groups, described as one of the largest such probes in history, revealed the hidd
ReflectionsApr 5, 2016
Panama Papers: A Rude Awakening for the World's Wealthy
ReflectionsMar 31, 2016
A New U.S. Brigade Won't Change the Status Quo in Eastern Europe
It is hard to think of a time in the last 300 years when the banker's position in society has been more at risk. If the Swiss proposal to strip commercial banks of the ability to create money catches on, it could shred core business assumptions that have underpinned the banking model around the world.
On GeopoliticsJan 5, 2016
The International Banking System Faces an Existential Threat
Stratfor's graphic of the day features a standout geopolitical map, chart, image or data visualization reflecting global and regional trends and events.
GraphicsDec 14, 2015
Paris Agreement Emphasizes Shift Away From Oil
Delegates attend a plenary session at the U.N. climate change summit in Paris on Dec. 9.
AssessmentsDec 13, 2015
Climate Agreement Will Only Hasten Transition Beyond Oil
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