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AssessmentsMar 8, 2019 | 10:30 GMT
An Excerpt of Beirut Rules, by Fred Burton and Samuel Katz
We are pleased to be able to share the first chapter of Beirut Rules, courtesy of its publishers, written by Stratfor's Fred Burton and international bestselling author Samuel Katz. The book covers the story of the kidnapping and murder of CIA Station Chief William Buckley at the hands of Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon in the 1980s.
Contributor PerspectivesMar 1, 2018 | 15:11 GMT
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner
The Paradox of Jared Kushner's Downgraded Security Clearance
What is significant about the paradox of Jared Kushner's inability to gain a top-secret security clearance and his continued access to his father-in-law, President Donald Trump, is the way it offers further evidence for what I like to call the Second Reformation -- the separation of what Philip Bobbitt calls
On SecurityFeb 15, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
Joseph Corbett killed Adolph Coors III in 1960 during a botched kidnapping for ransom.
Lessons From a Kidnapping Gone Wrong
Fred Burton's recent interview with the author Philip Jett inspired me. Their discussion of Jett's recent book, The Death of an Heir: Adolph Coors III and the Murder That Rocked an American Brewing Dynasty, compelled me to read it for myself. Meticulously chronicling the crime, and the preparation the perpetrator
Contributor PerspectivesFeb 4, 2018 | 14:28 GMT
A string of electoral races and referendums over the past year has cast doubt on the future of European integration. But the prospects for Continental unity may not be as dim as the headlines make them out to be.
Superforecasting the Future of Europe
The past year hasn't been kind to the European Union as independence referendums and Euroskepticism have threatened to break the bloc apart. But a joint project pairing Stratfor's qualitative analysis with Good Judgment's quantitative methodology offers a more optimistic take on Continental unity.
ReflectionsFeb 3, 2018 | 15:05 GMT
Macedonia: A Name Worth Fighting For
Greece and Macedonia have spent decades bitterly arguing over the latter's name, but recent developments have put the two on better terms than they've been in years. Officials from both countries have met several times since mid-2017; most recently, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met his Macedonian counterpart, Zoran Zaev,
Contributor PerspectivesDec 6, 2017 | 09:00 GMT
Saudi Defense Minister and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, center, stands for a photo-op with his counterparts from other countries in Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Counterterrorism Coalition at a meeting in Riyadh.
The Rapid Rise of Mohammed bin Salman
The young Saudi crown prince's tough approach and brusque demeanor rub some in and outside the kingdom the wrong way. But the shake-up he's carrying out may be just what Saudi Arabia needs to survive in a new era.
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