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Daily Memo: Russia’s Mystery Bond Buyer, Coronavirus Quarantine Grows

More Chinese cities are under quarantine to contain the Wuhan virus, while Iraqi nationalists and pro-Iran proxies try to spread an anti-American fever.

Axios: It’s not all About the Markets

"It's important not to confuse financial markets with economic well-being," George Friedman, founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, tells Axios. Full story

Daily Memo: Iranian Diplomacy, Controlling Syria, Stopping an Outbreak

Talks may soon begin between Tehran and Saudi Arabia, while Beijing tries to quarantine an entire city.

Daily Memo: Transatlantic Trade, Russian Food, EU Crisis Management

With deals final with China and North America, the Trump administration turns its attention to Europe.

FS Insider: US ‘Generations’ Ahead of Russia, China and Iran in Weapons Technology, Says George Friedman

George Friedman, founder and chairman of Geopolitical Futures, discusses his view of the world in light of recent events in the Middle East, the U.S.-China trade war and the technological arms race...

The Epoch Times: China’s Workforce Demographic on the Decline as Population Set to Shrink

Geopolitical Futures’ Forecast for 2020 predicts that China “will struggle to maintain economic stability” and that “neither resolution of the trade war nor financial reforms will restore China’s economic power.” Full...

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