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Ask Wikistrat Staff — Dr. Shay Hershkovitz

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with the Director of Wikistrat’s Analytic Community, Dr. Shay Hershkovitz. Questions and Dr. Hershkovitz’s answers are transcribed below. As Director of the Analytic Community, Dr. Shay Hershkovitz oversees and … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — S. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Dr. S. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana. Questions and Dr. Kadayifci-Orellana’s answers are transcribed below. Dr. S. Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana is the Interim Associate Director and Visiting … Read More

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If Britain Exits the EU

November 10, 2014 Washington, D.C. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE If Britain Exits the EU, It Needs to Reinvent Its Place in the World If Britain does exit the European Union, it would need a clear sense of the sort of a … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — R. Jordan Prescott

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, R. Jordan Prescott. Questions and Mr. Prescott’s answers are transcribed below. Robert Jordan Prescott is a private contractor working in defense and national … Read More

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Heightened Tensions in the East and South China Seas Report Released

Territorial disputes, rising tensions and increased military capabilities in the East and South China Seas: will this lead to a regional arms race and potential conflict, or will cooler heads prevail and quell any local action? A Wikistrat report, released … Read More

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The European Union in 2030 Report Released

The European Union has more than a half-century of impressive successes, but it has lost direction and momentum over the last decade. Wikistrat’s recently-concluded strategic simulation “The EU in 2030″ articulates a defined sequence of policy initiatives that have the … Read More

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Southeast Asia 2035: A Realized Economic Promise? Report Released

Will the countries of Southeast Asia remain stuck in the “middle-income trap”? Or will they realize their economic promise by 2035? In the report released today, Wikistrat shows what it would take for the region to get there in twenty … Read More

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Ebola: A Global Health Challenge Report Released

As the Ebola virus reaches Europe and North America, Wikistrat looks at the challenge posed by the epidemic to health policy globally. A report proposing four future pathways for the disease, and how the global public health system manages it, … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — Carl Wege

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Carl Wege. Questions and Prof. Wege’s answers are transcribed below. Carl Wege is a Professor of Political Science at the College of Coastal … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — Christine MacNulty

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Christine MacNulty. Questions and Ms. MacNulty’s answers are transcribed below. Christine MacNulty, CEO of Applied Futures, Inc., has forty years’ experience as a … Read More

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