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PodcastsApr 16, 2021 | 00:56 GMT
Pen and Sword Podcast: Relentless, From the Gray Man Series
In this episode of the Pen and Sword podcast from Stratfor, a RANE company, Emily Donahue speaks with Mark Greaney, the best-selling author of the Gray Man thriller series and co-author of Tom Clancy’s popular Jack Ryan novels.  Greaney’s 10-book Gray Man series (including “Relentless,” released in Feb. 2021) follows the fun and fast-paced adventures of a lethal assassin. The best-selling espionage books captivated audiences everywhere -- including Netflix, which is in the works of adapting an action film starring Ryan Gosling as Gray Man. 
SITUATION REPORTApr 15, 2021 | 19:56 GMT
China: Military Holds Exercise Near Taiwan as U.S. Delegation Visits Taipei 
The Chinese military began a six-day exercise of live-fire drills southwest of Taiwan on April 15, the same day that an unofficial U.S. delegation met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen in Taipei at the request of U.S. President Joe Biden, the South China Morning Post has reported. 
SnapshotsApr 15, 2021 | 18:57 GMT
A bird flies past the flag outside the Russian embassy in Washington D.C. on April 15, 2021.
More U.S. Sanctions Portend Russian Retaliation
New U.S. sanctions on Russia will worsen the two countries’ already fraught relations and compel the Kremlin to respond to what it will perceive as an escalation. On April 15, the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden announced new sanctions on Russian financial markets, individuals and entities in response to Russia’s involvement in the 2020 SolarWinds cyberattack, attempted interference in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, and ongoing occupation of Crimea. These new sanctions follow those that the United States and European Union imposed in March over Russia’s attempted assassination and subsequent jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. At the time, the Biden administration pledged to impose separate penalties for grievances specific to the United States, including the SolarWinds cyberattack and election interference.
SnapshotsApr 15, 2021 | 17:52 GMT
An F-35 military aircraft participates in a NATO training exercise in the Netherlands.
UAE and Saudi Policy Changes Pave the Way for U.S. Arms Sales
The U.S. decision to authorize the first stage of the most advanced arms sale yet to the United Arab Emirates indicates Washington may be less willing to pressure its Arab Gulf allies, as both Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia pivot to less confrontational foreign and domestic policies. The White House could, however, revert to a more hard-line position again if these governments deviate from U.S. regional goals. On April 13, a U.S. State Department spokesman said the United States would proceed with a controversial $23 billion arms sale to the United Arab Emirates after an initial review of the sale. The spokesman said the sale would likely see delivery in 2025 or later, and that reviews of Emirati human rights and usage of weapons would continue, along with consultations with Emirati officials. The sale, which was approved by the administration of former U.S. President Donald Trump in January 2020, includes
SITUATION REPORTApr 14, 2021 | 20:57 GMT
U.S., Brazil: Rainforest Protection Talks Stall Ahead of Biden’s Climate Summit
The United States reportedly considers President Joe Biden’s upcoming Climate Leaders Summit as the last chance for Brazil to restore confidence in its rainforest protection efforts and expand its relations with the White House, Folha de Sao Paulo reported April 13, citing a statement made by the U.S. ambassador to Brazil.
AssessmentsApr 14, 2021 | 19:16 GMT
Iran and China’s foreign ministers (right to left) sign a partnership agreement in Tehran on March 27, 2021.
Iran Will Pursue Its New China Partnership With Caution
Iran’s strategic partnership with China will lead to increased security and economic cooperation, but Tehran will avoid fully siding with Beijing for fear of becoming too dependent on a single partner and alienating itself from the West. The March 27 signing of their 25-year Comprehensive Strategic Partnership is reflective of the mutual interest between Tehran and Beijing, including collaboration on Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), as well as on energy and defense matters. But Iran loathes becoming strategically dependent on any power and will seek to balance its partnership with China with improving ties to Western countries, to ensure Tehran remains as a “neither East, nor West, Islamic Republic,” as Supreme Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini put it. 
On GeopoliticsApr 13, 2021 | 20:41 GMT
Mansour Abbas, head of Israel's Islamic Ra’am party, speaks with supporters during a rally in the northern Israeli village of Maghar on March 26, 2021.
Amid Political Chaos, Israel’s Ultra-Orthodox Parties Mull Uniting With Islamists
Israel’s chaotic political climate is making an alliance between the Jewish and Islamic right, which seemed impossible only a few years ago, increasingly plausible -- so long as pragmatic heads prevail. Dominated by the ultra-Orthodox, Israel’s religious right is murmuring that perhaps it’s time to make common cause with the Islamist factions that make up the country’s other major religious movement, in the hopes that a united front could help both sides keep their long-held special privileges and fend off challenges from Israel’s secular community. On April 2, Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, the spiritual leader of the pro-Netanyahu United Torah Judaism party, released a statement saying that “cooperation with those who respect religion and Jewish tradition is better than those who persecute religion.” This was in reference to a potential government deal between Netanyahu’s religious-dominated coalition and Ra’am, the Muslim Brotherhood-derived Israeli Islamist party, with secular parties as “those who persecute
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