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Strategy, Power and Change in Southeast Asia
Strategy, Power and Change in Southeast Asia  


June 30, 2016  

A very small taste of GB’s upcoming Summer/Fall 2016 issue. Subscribe online today. The US and China are groping... 

India, Indonesia and Islam outside the Mideast
India, Indonesia and Islam outside the Mideast  


February 22, 2016  

Modi, Jokowi and the common test of radical Islamist groups While the leaders of both India and Indonesia face some common... 

Ghana’s Energy Paralysis
Ghana’s Energy Paralysis  


February 22, 2016  

Short-term pressures make any near-term African transition to renewable energy highly improbable Africa is facing a deep... 

Strategic Space-Time, from Tokyo to UNHQ
Strategic Space-Time, from Tokyo to UNHQ  


February 19, 2016  

GB speaks with one of the world’s gentleman-geokrats GB: What are the key strategic priorities of Japan today? DM:... 

La fin de l’espace Schengen?
La fin de l’espace Schengen?  


February 19, 2016  

Il faudra rĂ©tablir des Ă©lĂ©ments de souverainetĂ© nationale afin de prĂ©server le projet europĂ©en Suite aux attentats... 

What are Russia’s Interests in the Arctic?
What are Russia’s Interests in the Arctic?  


February 19, 2016  

Why Moscow’s primary concerns in the High North are still domestic, and not international With the outbreak of the Ukraine... 

Global Business Futures, Take Two
Global Business Futures, Take Two  


February 19, 2016  

Revisiting the last five years in world commerce to profile the next half decade Five years ago in GB, I made four predictions... 

Washington & Moscow’s High North Dance
Washington & Moscow’s High North Dance  


February 19, 2016  

Proposition: In the Arctic, the US and Russia are friends David Biette (in favour): The US has long had a contentious relationship... 

Transcript of the Berlin Conference (1884-1885)
Transcript of the Berlin Conference (1884-1885)  


February 19, 2016  

KINGDOM OF BELGIUM (KB): Empress Victoria needn’t swallow‹every morsel of the Congo, but leave a slice for our Emperor... 

The Lost Twenty-Five Years
The Lost Twenty-Five Years  


February 19, 2016  

Why no new world order has been built since the end of the Cold War Twenty-five years ago, on March 17th, 1991, the first... 

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