Mandy Walsh

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Signing a Deal with Moscow? Obama Wants to Wrap up The “Ukraine Project” by November

“According to Geopolitical Futures, a new online publication managed by George Friedman, the founder and former chairman of Stratfor, a private intelligence publishing and consulting firm, there are three...

Brexit vote captures attention, but shouldn’t panic Texans

“For Texas companies, the vote is just another step – albeit a mighty one – in an economic trend that’s been building for years,” writes George Friedman. Full Story

Britain’s Vote to Leave

“The British people have voted to leave the European Union. It was not by an overwhelming majority at 52 percent, but it couldn’t have been imagined 10 years ago....

What’s up with Hungary Special Edition: BREXIT

Audio interview – Geopolitical Futures Senior Analyst Lili Bayer and Financial Times CEE correspondent Andrew Byrne discuss tomorrow’s Brexit vote with Ben Novak and Péter Erdélyi. Full Story

A thin win of the Remain camp means Britain will remain in uncertainty for EU

“If the Remain camp wins by a tiny majority – the polls show a deadlock – then the Leave camp will not let the matter stand. It will manoeuvre...

The Logic of Brexit

“Arguing that being part of the European Union is not in the British interest, that NATO has outlived its usefulness, that protectionist policies or anti-immigration policies are desirable is...

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The Origins of New US-Turkish Relations

For several years, there has been a significant shift underway in U.S. strategy toward the Middle East, where Washington has consistently sought to avoid combat. The United States is now compelled to seek accommodation with Turkey, a regional power in its own right, based...