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AssessmentsJun 5, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
Seven-year-old Hamza Haqqani, a 2nd grade student at Al-Huda Academy, uses a computer to participate in an online class with his teacher and classmates at his home in Bartlett, Illinois, on May 1, 2020. Al-Huda Academy has had to adopt an e-learning program to finish the year after all schools in the state were forced to cancel classes to curb the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Pries Open the U.S. Education Market for Those up to the Task
Since schools began shutting down to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the United States, distance learning has become an increasingly essential tool for the U.S. primary and secondary education sector. But for the companies selling those technologies, uneven financial resources and inconsistent curriculum standards across America's 13,506 school districts will preclude any national "one-size-fits-all" approach to the U.S. market. Instead, companies will need to design flexible and highly customized products and instructional content in order to seize the opportunity at hand, and become a mainstay of classrooms across the country.
PodcastsJun 1, 2020 | 20:37 GMT
Days of Rage With Author Bryan Burrough
Since 2001, the phrase domestic terrorism has dominated its fair share of U.S. headlines. But homegrown terrorism in the United States is not a new phenomenon, and certainly not inspired singularly by al Qaeda or other transnational terrorist groups. In fact, arguably the most prolific periods of domestic terrorism in the U.S. predate online radicalization and the blowback from wars waged by the United States in the Middle East and South Asia. Radical underground groups were all too common during the 1970s. The violent acts of the Symbionese Liberation Army, the Weathermen and the Black Liberation Army, to name a few, helped define a bloody period of American history. Exploring the different groups and their ideologies and the FBI's efforts to suppress them, bestselling author Bryan Burrough's navigates a decade of America's experience of domestic terrorism in Days of Rage: America's Radical Underground, the FBI and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence.
AssessmentsApr 8, 2020 | 18:16 GMT
A 3D rendering of the novel coronavirus floating in a cellular environment.
COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions About Getting Back to Work
To help clients sift through the growing sea of COVID-19 information, RANE pulsed its network of experts to level set what should be top of mind for businesses and individuals as the pandemic unfolds. Stratfor’s geopolitical content and analysis will soon be available through RANE’s platform, where members receive exclusive access to a global marketplace of credentialed risk experts and service providers, proprietary community-driven risk intelligence, and a range of support services and risk management programs. For more information about RANE and Stratfor, visit  This FAQ covers the following questions: What do we now know about this illness and who gets it? How can individuals best protect themselves? Do I need to worry about people getting infected by the virus living on things they touch? What do we do if someone shows symptoms while in the workplace? What can I do to mitigate the risk of being shut down by health authorities? How does this end?
PodcastsFeb 28, 2020 | 16:38 GMT
Essential Geopolitics: Iran's Progressing Nuclear Program
In this episode of the Stratfor's Essential Geopolitics podcast, host Fred Burton and Global Energy and Middle East Director Greg Priddy preview the upcoming International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report on Iran's nuclear program, which will be released in the coming days. The IAEA update is expected to show a growing enriched uranium stockpile in Iran and potentially progress on the development of more advanced centrifuges.
Vice President, Analysis & Intelligence OperationsFeb 25, 2020 | 20:36 GMT
Rebecca Lewis
Rebecca Lewis

An accomplished manager and practitioner of intelligence analysis and collection, Rebecca Lewis leads Stratfor's geopolitical risk assessment practice and open-source collection program. Her expertise includes all-source intelligence analysis, national security strategy development and analytic tradecraft employing structured analytic techniques. Ms. Lewis produced award-winning U.S. Intelligence Community assessments, forecasting emerging threats, analyzing critical interdependencies and creating interventional opportunities for policymakers.

Before joining Stratfor, Ms. Lewis was a senior partner at Maxwell Intelligence where she advised public and private sector clients on curriculum development and instruction in analytic methodologies. She previously served as an analyst and manager at the CIA. Over her 30-year career, she managed the analysis of regional geopolitics, weapons proliferation and arms control, health security, and state failure and political instability.

Ms. Lewis received her Master of Health Science from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She holds of Bachelor of Arts in biochemistry from Smith College.

PodcastsFeb 25, 2020 | 16:44 GMT
Essential Geopolitics: Terrorism in the Sahel
In this episode of Stratfor's Essential Geopolitics podcast, Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton speaks with Global Security Analyst Thomas Abi-Hanna. Their discussion centers on militancy in the Sahel region of sub-Saharan Africa, which has been plagued by increasingly frequent, widespread and deadly terrorist attacks in recent years.
PodcastsFeb 24, 2020 | 21:49 GMT
'The Spy Who Couldn't Spell,' With Author Yudhijit Bhattacharjee
In this episode of Stratfor's Pen and Sword Podcast, Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton speaks with author Yudhijit Bhattacharjee about his book, "The Spy Who Couldn't Spell." "The Spy Who Couldn't Spell" tells the story of a disgruntled and dyslexic FBI employee-turned-traitor named Brian Regan. In vivid detail, the book recounts Regan's many brilliant yet bungled attempts to betray his country, and the FBI's hunt to uncover his villainy before he revealed the United States' top secrets. Join us as Bhattacharjee discusses the unusual spy case, and how it reflects the pernicious world of espionage at the turn of the 21st century.
PodcastsFeb 14, 2020 | 10:00 GMT
Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept
In this episode of Stratfor's Pen and Sword podcast, Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton sits down with Robert Spalding, a retired brigadier general with the U.S. Air Force. In his new book, Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept, Spalding explains how China has been working to steadily undermine U.S. democratic systems from within. Listen in as Spalding shares why he believes it's time to fight back against the covert war China has been waging against the United States. 
AssessmentsFeb 11, 2020 | 10:30 GMT
Employees of PetroChina Southwest Oil & Gasfield Co., a CNPC subsidiary, work at a natural gas purification plant in Suining in southwest China's Sichuan province on Jan. 15, 2020.
In Response to Coronavirus, Russia Will Back Only Modest Action by OPEC+
It is now clear that the impact of the new coronavirus on the world oil market will be substantial, but much uncertainty remains about the total impact on demand in 2020. The most probable scenario is a "sharp but short" hit to demand, but a wider spread could deepen and lengthen the impact. OPEC and other producers will attempt to at least partially mitigate the impact on oil prices, but Russia will likely insist on a cautious approach that does not last long.
PodcastsFeb 6, 2020 | 14:47 GMT
Without Sanction With Author Don Bentley
In this episode of Stratfor's Pen and Sword podcast, Stratfor Chief Security Officer Fred Burton sits down with former Army Apache helicopter pilot and FBI agent Don Bentley. Bentley is the author of the new thriller Without Sanction, which follows a Defense Intelligence Agency operative named Matt Drake. A man haunted by a bloody experience in Syria, Matt suddenly gets thrown back into the world of espionage when a Pakistani scientist working for the Islamic State asks for his help to escape. Join us as Bentley discusses his action-packed debut novel, and why he decided to leave his established career in foreign intelligence and counterintelligence to become an author.
PodcastsJan 30, 2020 | 11:00 GMT
Essential Geopolitics: A Coronavirus Update
In this episode of Stratfor's Essential Geopolitics podcast, host Fred Burton speaks to Stratfor Global Security Analyst Ben West about the novel coronavirus that appears to have started in a Wuhan, China, market. West says that if it spreads to infect large portions of the population outside Hubei province, particularly in major export and commercial hubs such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, tighter restrictions on movement are likely in those areas. And if they resemble those imposed in Hubei province, economic impacts and business continuity concerns in China will multiply.
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