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Ask a Senior Analyst — Norvell DeAtkine

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Norvell DeAtkine. Questions and Mr. Campbell’s answers are transcribed below. Norvell DeAtkine is a retired U.S. Army Colonel of the field artillery with … Read More

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New Wikistrat Simulation: Southeast Asia 2035

This week, Wikistrat launches a new, two-week simulation to identify the drivers of economic growth and stagnation in Southeast Asia — “Southeast Asia 2035: A Realized Economic Promise?” Southeast Asia’s growth outperformed other regions during the global financial crisis of … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — Leslie Campbell

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Leslie Campbell. Questions and Mr. Campbell’s answers are transcribed below. Leslie Campbell is a Senior Associate and Regional Director for the Middle East … Read More

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The New Mesopotamia — A New Spatial Order: Report Released

The future of Iraq will be informed by the interaction between four significant geopolitical axes, a Wikistrat report released today argues. What Wikistrat calls the “New Mesopotamia” will be shaped by the radical Sunnis, the Shi’a, the Kurds and the … Read More

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Increased Submarine Deployments Could Heighten Tension in South China Sea

Wikistrat’s analysts are currently crowdsourcing the drivers of “Heightened Tensions in the East and South China Seas” and forecasting a range of scenarios for the region’s future by the year 2020. One of the scenarios identified additional submarine deployments to … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — Dr. Dylan Kissane

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Dr. Dylan Kissane. Questions and Dr. Kissane’s answers are transcribed below. Dr. Dylan Kissane is Director of Graduate Studies and Professor of International … Read More

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Ask a Senior Analyst — Dr. Robert Cutler

Wikistrat’s Facebook and Twitter followers recently engaged in a 24-hour exclusive Q&A session with one of Wikistrat’s Senior Analysts, Dr. Robert Cutler. Questions and Dr. Cutler’s answers are transcribed below. Dr. Robert M. Cutler is a Wikistrat Senior Analyst. He was educated … Read More

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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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