Monday, June 12, 2017

Stratfor - Qatar's Feud With the Gulf States Reaches New Levels

The Brief

Long-standing tensions among members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) that intensified over the past two weeks have culminated in several Arab governments suspending relations with Qatar. angle 
Google plus
brexit-negotiationsBanner 2.png
Essential Reading
Israel's Legacy: Six Days That Shaped a Nation angleThe Six-Day War came to define the young country's military prowess, but the threat now facing Israel is more diverse and unconventional than it was 50 years ago.

Trade Profile: Japan Adapts to Its Aging Population angle 
The country's wealth of capital, dearth of arable land and aging population are forcing it to emerge from behind its traditional trade barriers.

In Brazil, Signs Emerge of a Ruling Coalition at Risk angle President Michel Temer’s hold on office is growing increasingly tenuous as corruption allegations against him mount. 

 Watch and Listen

Podcast: The Geopolitics of Baseball

This episode explores the geopolitics of baseball with Professors Tolga Ozyurtcu and Thomas Hunt from the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education at The University of Texas at Austin, regular contributors to Stratfor Worldview’s series on the geopolitics of sports. angle
Screen Shot 2017-06-02 at 15.12.07.png
Malaysia's Geographic Challenge
East Malaysia is playing a growing role in energy production — key to sustaining the country’s decades of steady economic growth. angle

Screen Shot 2017-06-06 at 10.59.54.png
brexit-negotiationsBanner 2.png

Stratfor Store Reports

The Geopolitics of Maritime Chokepoints  
This report explores 11 of the world's most important chokepoints, each of which plays a vital role in geopoliticsangle
Japan: A 25 Year Forecast  This report forecasts Japan’s behavior over the next two decades as the country seeks to become more assertive. angle

No comments:

Post a Comment

Authors of comments and posts are solely responsible for their statements. Please email for questions or concerns. This blog, (and any site using the blogger platform), does not and cannot track the source of comments. While opinions and criticism are fine, they are subject to moderator discretion; slander and vile attacks of individuals will not to be tolerated. Middletown Insider retains the right to deny any post or comment without explanation.

Popular Posts