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The State of the World: Explaining U.S. Strategy

The State of the World: Explaining U.S. Strategy

In this week's Geopolitical Weekly, George Friedman discussed the geopolitical cycles that change with each generation. Frequently, especially in recent years, those geopolitical cycles have intersected with changes in the way the tactic of terrorism is employed and in the actors employing it. ...

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Muslims Plan "Parallel Parliament" In Switzerland

Muslims Plan

A growing immigrant population determined to avoid assimilation.

Leading Islamic groups in Switzerland are seeking to establish a single national representative body that will enable all of the country's Muslims to "speak with one voice."

The organizers say their new "parliament" will be called ...

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A New Strategic Role for Cyprus Massive Gas Reserves

A New Strategic Role for Cyprus Massive Gas Reserves

The discovery of massive gas reserves off the coast of Cyprus threatens to destabilize the entire region.  

The island of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean has for centuries been the cat’s paw of foreign powers, including the ...

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The State of the World: A Framework

Editor's Note: This is the first installment of a new series on the national strategies of today's global power and other regional powers. This installment establishes a framework for understating the current state of the world.  

The evolution of geopolitics is cyclical. Powers rise, fall and ...

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Eurokonferenz II: The Euro Before the Crash

Eurokonferenz II: The Euro Before the Crash

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German Referendum to Leave the Euro

Organized by the German Compact-Magazin, EuroKonferenz IIwas held in the Berlin suburb Adlershof on February 18th 2012. A series of speakers lectured on the weakness of the euro system, the dismantling of democracy taking place through the European ...

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Next Steps for U.S. in Syria Crisis

Next Steps for U.S. in Syria Crisis

Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime, which has made war on its own citizens, has lost whatever legitimacy it once had. The United States correctly has called for Assad to step down from power. His regime has supported numerous Palestinian, Lebanese, Iraqi, and Kurdish terrorist groups in attacks ...

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Jihadist Opportunities in Syria

Jihadist Opportunities in Syria

In an eight-minute video clip titled "Onward, Lions of Syria" disseminated on the Internet Feb. 12, al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri expressed al Qaeda's support for the popular unrest in Syria. In it, al-Zawahiri urged Muslims in Turkey, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan to aid the Syrian rebels battling ...

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Shariah's Police: Global Governance

Shariah's Police: Global Governance

Over the weekend, a drama with potentially horrific consequences for freedom-loving Americans played out half-a-world away.  

A Saudi newspaper columnist named Hamza Kashgari was detained in Malaysia, reportedly on the basis of an alert by the International Criminal Police Organization, better ...

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Afghanistan: Moving Toward a Distant Endgame

Afghanistan: Moving Toward a Distant Endgame

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta suggested last week that the United States could wrap up combat operations in Afghanistan by the end of 2013, well before the longstanding 2014 deadline when full control is to be ceded to Kabul. Troops would remain in Afghanistan until 2014, as agreed upon at ...

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