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AssessmentsOct 10, 2018 | 11:52 GMT
An Algerian soldier on patrol in the Tamanrasset Desert south of Algiers.
An Algerian Military Purge as a Survival Strategy
A series of shake-ups has upended the leadership of Algeria's powerful security apparatus, with personnel reshuffles affecting the upper echelons of the country's military, police and security forces. The extent of and motives behind the ousters, unprecedented during the 19-year administration of President Abdel Aziz Bouteflika, remain unclear, but their
MemosOct 9, 2018 | 15:59 GMT
Austin's LASA high school teachers, Neil Lowenstein and Cody Moody (pictured left), generously share the details of their student project.
How Stratfor Became a Game-Changer for LASA High School
A social studies teacher of world geography at The Liberal Arts and Sciences Academy (LASA), an Austin, Texas-based high school, describes how Stratfor's geopolitical intelligence and analysis have informed and influenced his lessons and students.
Partner PerspectivesJul 28, 2017 | 09:30 GMT
There are many types of maps out there, but one of the most telling ones is a simple satellite image of the Earth at night.
What Energy Sources Power the World?
There are many types of maps out there, but one of the most telling is a simple satellite image of the Earth at night. In it, the darkness is a blank canvas for the bright city lights that represent the vast extent of human geography. Meanwhile, the big dark spots, such as those over the wilderness of northern Canada, the Amazon basin or in Niger, show areas that are not densely populated or more rural.
AssessmentsAug 25, 2016 | 09:30 GMT
The World's Economies Are Learning to Share
The World's Economies Are Learning to Share
One of the most profound -- and potentially disruptive -- developments in the world's economy over past five years has been the rapid growth of the so-called "sharing economy." The technologically driven networks underpinning the concept, also known as the peer-to-peer (P2P) economy, have grown so much that many countries
AssessmentsJul 15, 2008 | 22:19 GMT
China: Beijing's Olympic Disconnect
Seven years after winning the right to host the 2008 Olympics, what China hoped for and what it may well get from the Olympics seem far apart.
AssessmentsDec 3, 2007 | 15:43 GMT
Venezuela: A New Player in the Mix
The Venezuelan government lost its constitutional amendment referendum in a national vote Dec. 2, emboldening the opposition and dealing President Hugo Chavez his first electoral defeat since he took office a decade ago.
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