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Stratfor - 2017 Third-Quarter Forecast

June 28, 2017

The Brief

 A Reality Check on the “U.S. Retreat” from the Global Stage, Next Steps in Trade Battles, Outlook for Global Energy Markets, A GCC Crisis and Escalating Proxy Wars in the Middle East, China's Balancing Act on North Korea, the U.S. and Economic Reform, The Limits to the U.S.-Russia Dialogue, Europe's Temporary Reprieve... angle 



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