Thursday, June 22, 2017

Stratfor - The Race to the Iraqi Border Begins

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The Race to the Iraqi Border Begins
As the fight against the Islamic State winds down, a new and deadly conflict is threatening to erupt in Syria's war-torn east. angle 

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Iran sits at the crossroads of the Islamic world - it has struggled to balance the benefits and risks of its geographic position. angle

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The Geopolitics of Maritime Chokepoints  This report explores 11 of the world's most important chokepoints, each of which plays a vital role in geopolitics. angle
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