Mandy Walsh

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China’s economic miracle is over

Export-driven economy isn’t as strong as government claims – George Friedman Full Story

A Busy Day in Geopolitics

Kamran Bokhari: There will be many days that are, geopolitically speaking, rather quiet. Yesterday was not one of them. Full Story

The Stalled Conflict in Ukraine will be Formalized

Both sides — the Ukrainian army and Russian-backed separatists — accuse each other of starting the most recent fighting. To understand why this is happening now, it is first...

China’s Economy Continues to Decline

Sustained double-digit economic growth is possible when you begin with a wrecked economy. But China’s economic miracle, like that of Japan before it, is over. – George Friedman Full Story

Here’s why nations go to war over water

“Access to and control over water is a strategic imperative for all countries. As such, it has been a source of conflict throughout history.” – George Friedman and Allison...

The U.S., Turkey, and the Kurds

Washington and Ankara appear to be reaching a resolution on their long-standing conflict over the Syrian Kurds. – Eric Czuleger Full Story

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