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Energy Union, Not Fiscal Union, The Next Step Toward A Stronger EU

Wikistrat recently concluded a three-week strategic simulation called “The EU in 2030″ in which our analysts looked into the future of the European Union. One of the policy options they created suggested that the EU should focus on forming an … Read More

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Commercial Implications of Climate Change: Wikistrat Report

Wikistrat is happy to release today the report from a recent brainstorming session called “The Coming Storm: Commercial Implications of Climate Change.” According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change established by the United Nations, each of the last three … Read More

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Apply for Wikistrat’s May 2014 Internship Program

Are you a young professional working in international relations? Or a college student in relevant fields? Then Wikistrat’s January 2014 Internship Program might be a great opportunity for you. Wikistrat’s internship gives junior geostrategic thinkers analytic experience by enabling them … Read More

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Succession Battle in Uzbekistan Could Prompt Russian Intervention

Wikistrat recently released its report from the strategic simulation “The Next Russian Military Intervention” in which analysts were asked to propose where might be the “next Crimea”. The report, by Wikistrat Senior Analyst Prof. Mark Galeotti, was also featured in … Read More

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Wikistrat Discussion Forum: Nigeria’s Development – Challenges & Opportunities

Wikistrat launched a Discussion Forum last week where analysts can share their thoughts on the immediate future of Nigeria. Oil-rich Nigeria is considered one of the up-and-coming nations in Africa. However, there are still many obstacles standing in the way … Read More

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The Next Russian Military Intervention – New Report Release by Wikistrat

Wikistrat is pleased to release an executive summary of its recent crowdsourced simulation – “The Next Russian Military Intervention”. In this online simulation, Wikistrat asked its analytic community to explore where, when and how might future Russian military interventions may … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — Dr. Claudia Hofmann

Wikistrat’s Facebook followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Dr. Claudia Hofmann. Questions and Dr. Hofmann’s answers are transcribed below. Dr. Claudia Hofmann is the Director of the Master in International Service (MIS) program … Read More

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New Wikistrat Simulation: The EU in 2030

Today, Wikistrat launches a new three-week strategic simulation called “The EU in 2030″ in which our analytic community looks into the future of the European Union. Playing a character in one of his films (Annie Hall, 1977), Woody Allen opined … Read More

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Insights from the Wiki: Pakistan Stabilizes Afghanistan

Wikistrat recently concluded a two-week simulation called “Afghanistan Post-NATO Drawdown” in which our strategic community was asked to map out what the country will look like in 2017, three years after American and NATO forces have pulled out. One scenario … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst – Dr. Fidelis Etah Ewane

Wikistrat’s Facebook followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Fidelis Etah Ewane. Questions and Dr. Ewane’s answers are transcribed below. Dr. Fidelis Etah Ewane is a geopolitical and development analyst based in … Read More

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