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AssessmentsMar 8, 2019 | 10:30 GMT
An Excerpt of Beirut Rules, by Fred Burton and Samuel Katz
We are pleased to be able to share the first chapter of Beirut Rules, courtesy of its publishers, written by Stratfor's Fred Burton and international bestselling author Samuel Katz. The book covers the story of the kidnapping and murder of CIA Station Chief William Buckley at the hands of Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon in the 1980s.
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Contributor PerspectivesOct 31, 2017 | 16:05 GMT
Delegates attend the closing of China's 19th Party Congress in Beijing on Oct. 24.
Deciphering China's 19th Party Congress
This year's summit offered a stark reminder of an uncomfortable truth: Few of us truly understand the inner workings of Chinese politics. But history may offer some clues to the modern mystery of Xi Jinping's rise to power.
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Contributor PerspectivesFeb 3, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
Rock, Paper, Scissors is a Popular Way to Make a Decision.
Heterarchy: An Idea Finally Ripe for Its Time
People are talking about "the American Century," or "the Chinese Century," as if it is perfectly natural that some nation must be number one. I was invited to give a talk at Rand a few years after the fall of the Soviet Union. The concern at Rand was how to manage a "unipolar world" now that the bipolar order of the Cold War had come to an end. I tried to tell the researchers at Rand about heterarchy ... but they were not interested.
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