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AssessmentsApr 3, 2020 | 16:36 GMT
A local business in Detroit, Michigan, closes shop following the state’s three-week “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order to slow the spread of COVID-19. As of April 2, Michigan had 10,791 confirmed cases of the virus, including 417 deaths.
The U.S.’s Piecemeal COVID-19 Response Portends a Long Recovery
As the COVID-19 crisis grips the United States, states and cities are leading the charge in the most significant containment measures, with the federal government playing a supporting role. This means that neither lockdown measures to contain the virus, nor the outbreak itself, will end on the federal government’s schedule.
SnapshotsMar 20, 2020 | 21:01 GMT
Despite Falling Oil Prices, U.S. Production Cuts Remain Unlikely
In response to collapsing global oil prices, there are signs that U.S. President Donald Trump -- and now, the agency overseeing Texas' massive energy industry -- is mulling a potential production cut deal with Russia and Saudi Arabia. But doing so would mean overcoming political hurdles in the United States, divisions over
On GeopoliticsNov 28, 2019 | 10:00 GMT
Migrants seeking asylum in the United States wait near the U.S.-Mexico border at the El Chaparral crossing in Tijuana, Mexico.
The Geopolitics of Immigration
The U.S.-Mexican border is in some fundamental ways arbitrary. The line of demarcation defines political and military relationships, but does not define economic or cultural relationships. The borderlands -- and they run hundreds of miles deep into the United States at some points -- have extremely close cultural and economic links with Mexico. Where there are economic links, there always are movements of population. It is inherent.
Editorial BoardNov 25, 2019 | 20:42 GMT
Clay R. Fuller
Clay R. Fuller

Clay R. Fuller is a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., and serves on the advisory council of the Hudson Institute’s Kleptocracy Initiative. His work illuminates how modern dictators, terrorists and criminals use free markets to consolidate and project power.

Fuller recently produced a policy report on authoritarianism and corruption, which examines the national security implications of economic policy. He has testified to the U.S. Senate twice on these topics. He continues to teach and holds four degrees in political science: a doctorate and master of arts degree from the University of South Carolina, another master of arts degree from Texas State University and a bachelor of arts degree from West Virginia State University.

AssessmentsNov 6, 2019 | 10:30 GMT
This photo from Feb. 25, 2017, shows the construction site of the second mooring facility of the Yamal LNG plant in the village of Sabetta.
Russia's Arctic Dreams Remain on Ice
The Russian Arctic is warming, but the Kremlin's dreams for the region remain in the deep freeze. Since planting its flag on the seafloor at the North Pole in 2007, Moscow has reinforced its territorial claims in the Arctic by increasing its military presence and bolstering its icebreaker fleet. But
AnalystAug 14, 2019 | 19:43 GMT
Tom Rehnquist
Tom Rehnquist

Tom Rehnquist has served as a research intern at Stratfor since 2019. He has conducted research in relation to all corners of the world, exploring energy dependency in the Mediterranean, Russian macroeconomics, the growth of climate and anarchist protests, and blockchain technology. 

Rehnquist holds a degree in history from Bowdoin College, and is in the process of obtaining a double master's degree in Russian studies and global policy from the LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. He speaks conversational Russian and French.

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