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AssessmentsApr 24, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
A Buddhist temple sits near a hydroelectric grid main in southeastern Bhutan in 2013.
Wary of China, India Shares Its Largesse With Neighbors
Big changes in the neighborhood are giving the government in New Delhi more than a few sleepless nights. Buoyed by an $11 trillion economy and plans to connect Eurasia with its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative, China is showing up in areas that India has traditionally viewed as its backyard. Around South Asia and the Indian Ocean, New Delhi has long understood the imperative of preventing another neighbor from allying with a rival military power (as Pakistan has done with China), as well as the need to earn the support of regional governments to help resolve bilateral irritants and expand trade to bolster the country's $2 trillion economy.
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Partner PerspectivesSep 21, 2017 | 09:15 GMT
Workers look at a computer screen at France's Center for Scientific and Technical Study of Aquitaine, which is dedicated to the design of nuclear weapons.
Why Eurodeterrent Will Not Work
Talk of Europe developing an independent military force is in the air amid doubts about the credibility of U.S. security guarantees. This time, the conversation has revolved around the prospect of a "Eurodeterrent" -- a nuclear weapons force that falls under the auspices of the European Union and allegedly operates independently of NATO.
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AssessmentsMay 12, 2010 | 18:19 GMT
U.K.: Watching the Coalition
The United Kingdom's coalition government formed by the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats will face challenges as the parties' disparate positions on several issues create tensions.
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AssessmentsMar 31, 2010 | 19:54 GMT
U.S.: An Anomalous Missile Launch?
Though a STRATFOR source has denied that a test took place, STRATFOR examines claims that a strategic U.S. ballistic missile was tested in or near Saudi Arabia.
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AssessmentsFeb 3, 2010 | 19:39 GMT
U.S. Naval Update Map: Feb. 3, 2010
A weekly approximation of the current locations of U.S. Carrier Strike Groups and Amphibious Ready Groups, based on available open-source information. (With STRATFOR map)
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