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Partner PerspectivesOct 2, 2017 | 09:15 GMT
Heads of state stand in front of the EXPO 2017 exhibition in Astana, Kazakhstan on June 9.
EXPO 2017 in Kazakhstan: When the Carnival Is Over
A giant globe flanked by several blocks of square buildings sits in the desolate outskirts of Astana. This is what's left of the expensive complex that hosted the summer expo, and Kazakh officials are trying to figure out how to recoup the billions of dollars they sank into it.
Partner PerspectivesJul 18, 2017 | 17:36 GMT
How Copper Riches Helped Shape Chile’s Economic Story
The country long struggled to exploit its abundant mineral riches. But a technical advance at the turn of the 20th century made its copper deposits easier to mill and economic reforms in the mid-1980s elevated it to the summit of global copper production.
Quarterly ForecastsOct 6, 2014 | 09:15 GMT
It has not been an easy year for Russian President Vladimir Putin, but Russia is nonetheless in a strong position over Ukraine.
2014 Fourth-Quarter Forecast
As we enter the final months of 2014, several of the core themes highlighted in our Annual Forecast at the start of the year are coming into full view. From Ukraine to China to Venezuela, the stage is set for what is likely to be an eventful year ahead.
AssessmentsFeb 16, 2009 | 12:03 GMT
Part 4: The Obama Administration and Sub-Saharan Africa
This is the fourth piece in a series that explores how key countries in various regions have interacted with the United States in the past, and how their relationships with Washington will likely be defined during the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama.
AssessmentsOct 28, 2008 | 10:12 GMT
The Financial Crisis in Russia
As fallout from the global financial crisis continues to mount in Russia, Russia's experience in grafting some elements of Western capitalism to the Russian political system is nearing its end -- something that will directly affect Moscow's bid to reassert itself abroad.
AssessmentsMay 16, 2008 | 11:09 GMT
Organized Crime in Cuba
Stratfor's fourth in-depth look at organized crime focuses on Cuba. In atypical fashion, organized crime in Cuba is run by the state and stems from a long tradition that places Cuban military and intelligence apparatus into positions of control over the island's industry while both fostering and profiting from drug traffickers and smugglers. (With Stratfor map)
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