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Quarterly ForecastsJun 10, 2018 | 23:18 GMT
Stratfor's 2018 Third-Quarter Forecast, looking ahead at the coming months.
2018 Third-Quarter Forecast
It promises to be an especially fractious quarter as the United States continues to spar not only with adversaries but allies as well. The simmering trade dispute with China will continue, Russia will struggle to break its stalemate with the West, Europe has a litany of problems to address, and anything could happen on the Korean Peninsula.
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On GeopoliticsAug 16, 2016 | 07:18 GMT
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China's Investments Reveal Its Broader Ambitions
Today, China has become the world's second-largest investor and biggest supplier of capital. While other markets are in recession, China's economy continues to grow, however slowly. Without question, the gravity of China's economy, coupled with its ever-expanding reach into global affairs, will secure its place of influence in the international system for decades to come. But the sort of presence Beijing seeks abroad is changing.
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AssessmentsApr 19, 2016 | 10:00 GMT
Computing programs for self-driving vehicles will be perfected eventually. It will take much longer for drivers in some countries to accept the new technology.
The Slow Drive Toward Automated Vehicles
Humans are inefficient drivers, at times accelerating too fast, braking too late or otherwise using the vehicle in nonproductive ways. Drivers also contribute to the strain on public infrastructure, which requires government funds to repair and maintain. In crowded urban areas and on freeways, aging transportation networks and accidents contribute to delays and congestion. As global urbanization levels rise, so will congestion and its associated costs; more people usually means more cars on the road.
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