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Introducing Stratfor Worldview

Two-decades after Stratfor began forecasting the geopolitical trends shaping our world, we now take a giant step forward with the introduction of Stratfor Worldview, the next generation Stratfor experience.

Unification Could Be Good for North Korea

While Korean unification is a major issue in South Korea, North Korean propaganda suggests that an ROK-led unification would be a disaster for North Korean elites, using this fear to…

Individual Characteristics More Important Than Shopping Environment in Influencing Unhealthy Food Consumption

Who a person is may matter more than where they shop in predicting their consumption of unhealthy food. Policymakers should consider strategies that have been shown to change behavior across…

The French Election Results and Their Impact

Following the results of the first round of France’s presidential election on Sunday, April 23rd, Stratfor senior analysts sat down for a live webcast to examine the results and…

Islamic State Control of People Down 83% in Iraq and 56% in Syria from Peak Levels

The Islamic State has lost substantial control of territory and people but still conducts and inspires attacks around the world. The U.S. should pursue a light rollback strategy that relies…

The Future of Global Trade

Beneath the headlines about Brexit, Russian efforts to expand its area of influence and the latest news from the White House lies an evolving story that has shaped the…

WGA headed back to negotiating table as strike looms

The Writers Guild of America will give peace another chance next week as Hollywood waits to find out if an industry-rattling strike is imminent.…

Dozens of civilians killed in alleged “poison gas” attack

Horrific videos posted online by medical workers and activists show children dead without any apparent external injuries…

Rice says unmasking of names wasn’t for political purposes

Obama's former national security adviser explained that sometimes it was necessary in her job to find out the identities of Americans in intelligence reports…

Brazil court delays ruling in case that could unseat President Temer

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's top electoral court on Tuesday decided to hear new witnesses in an illegal campaign financing case that could remove President Michel Temer from office, delaying any…

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