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Reuters
Gulf media promotes emigre Qatari royals as feud soursIran and Turkey would be viewed as highly problematic for the leadership in Riy
Reuters / Posted 45 minutes ago
Iran and Turkey would be viewed as highly problematic for the leadership in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi,” said Ayham Kamel of the Eurasia Group consultancy. “The Arab quartet is still focused on pressuring Qatar to concede on parts of the 13 demands, but... Read more
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CBS News
What are the stakes if Trump decertifies Iran nuclear deal?join us, then the Iranians are off to the races in terms of nuclear capabilitie
CBS News / Posted 21 hours ago
join us, then the Iranians are off to the races in terms of nuclear capabilities and they'd be quite quick about it," Eurasia Group founder and president Ian Bremmer said Thursday on "CBS This Morning." "But I think much more likely would be... Read more
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EuroNews
Gulf media promotes emigre Qatari royals as feud soursIran and Turkey would be viewed as highly problematic for the leadership in Riy
EuroNews / Posted yesterday
Iran and Turkey would be viewed as highly problematic for the leadership in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi,” said Ayham Kamel of the Eurasia Group consultancy. “The Arab quartet is still focussed on pressuring Qatar to concede on parts of the 13 demands, but... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump faulted for fueling global love for Iranunanticipated outcome: sympathy for the Iranian government,” the story read. A
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
unanticipated outcome: sympathy for the Iranian government,” the story read. And then the paper cites the chairman of the Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy organization led by notable brainiacs. “The bombast makes Trump look like a... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Gulf media promotes emigre Qatari royals as feud soursIran and Turkey would be viewed as highly problematic for the leadership in Riy
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
Iran and Turkey would be viewed as highly problematic for the leadership in Riyadh and Abu Dhabi," said Ayham Kamel of the Eurasia Group consultancy. "The Arab quartet is still focussed on pressuring Qatar to concede on parts of the 13 demands,... Read more
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Newsmax
Stress at UN Not Shared on Wall Street as Stocks Set Recordsin the U.S. market by the complete denial of any of these geopolitical risks ma
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
in the U.S. market by the complete denial of any of these geopolitical risks materializing.” Ian Bremmer, president of Eurasia Group, a political-risk consulting firm, sees a yawning gap between the “transformational” opportunities presented by... Read more
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express
'Not in the landing zone' EU looks set to reject May's £18billion Brexit offersenior EU diplomat, said: "Transition payments do not cancel the bill." Mujtab
express / Posted 2 days ago
senior EU diplomat, said: "Transition payments do not cancel the bill." Mujtaba Rahman, head of Europe for the Eurasia Group risk consultancy, said: "The message from the EU is clear: covering budget holes is only a start; for a deal in... Read more
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International Business Times
Theresa May 'to offer €20bn' to Angela Merkel to plug post-Brexit budget hole before its exit in 2019, although Brussels says the UK has liabilities of up to
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
before its exit in 2019, although Brussels says the UK has liabilities of up to €100bn (£88bn). Mujtaba Rahman, from the Eurasia Group risk consultancy, told the FT: "The message from the EU is clear: covering budget holes is only a start; for a... Read more
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express
May to PAY: Prime Minister ‘to offer EU leaders post-Brexit budget hole of £18 BILLION’David Davis said that Britain’s EU divorce bill is “£60 billion and falling”.
express / Posted 2 days ago
David Davis said that Britain’s EU divorce bill is “£60 billion and falling”. Mujtaba Rahman, head of Europe for the Eurasia Group risk consultancy, said: “The message from the EU is clear: covering budget holes is only a start; for a deal in... Read more
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The Washington Times
Kim Jong-un branded Rocket Man by Donald TrumpMan,” while Trump foes took offense on Mr. John’s behalf. One of the top tweet
The Washington Times / Posted 4 days ago
Man,” while Trump foes took offense on Mr. John’s behalf. One of the top tweets came from Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, who riffed on song’s lyrics with, “N Korea ain’t the kind of place to raise your kids. In fact, it’s cold as... Read more
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The Hindu
Saudi Arabia cracks down on critics of crown princewas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
The Hindu / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that “in the near future” King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the ageing monarch an... Read more
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Daily Herald
King's forces arrest prominent Saudis in warning to criticswas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
Daily Herald / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
King's forces arrest prominent Saudis in warning to criticswas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
King's forces arrest prominent Saudis in warning to criticswas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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International Business Times
Saudi King's forces round up critics in crackdown over Qatar and Islamist support was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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Beaumont Enterprise
King's forces arrest prominent Saudis in warning to criticswas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
Beaumont Enterprise / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
King's forces arrest prominent Saudis in warning to criticswas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
The Times and Democrat / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
King's forces arrest prominent Saudis in warning to criticswas essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
was essentially stripped of its teeth as the most feared security apparatus in the country. Political risk consultancy Eurasia Group estimates that "in the near future" King Salman could relinquish power to MBS, giving the aging monarch an... Read more
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The Manila Times
Brazil prosecutor charges President Temer with corruptionSupreme Court. “The second round of corruption charges against President Miche
The Manila Times / Posted 7 days ago
Supreme Court. “The second round of corruption charges against President Michel Temer is likely to be handily rejected,” Eurasia Group said in an analysis note. The charges are part of an onslaught by prosecutors against Brazil’s... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Fight on the right raises populist risk for Italian electionbiggest risk stories because it could produce a hung parliament, or a populist
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
biggest risk stories because it could produce a hung parliament, or a populist majority," Federico Santi, an analyst with Eurasia Group, said in an interview. "Five Star and the League refuse to acknowledge they might get together, but we see a 20... Read more
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Pilipino Star
The power of China’s checkbookand it doesn’t demand risk and sacrifice in return. The only question about th
Pilipino Star / Posted 10 days ago
and it doesn’t demand risk and sacrifice in return. The only question about this strategy’s future is where it will succeed next. Ian Bremmer is the president of Eurasia Group and author of Superpower: Three Choices for America’s Role in the Wo... Read more
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Aljazeera
Return of 'Mr Dirty Work' spurs questions in Algeriaof mistakes that annoyed some of the most powerful people in Algeria," Riccardo
Aljazeera / Posted 10 days ago
of mistakes that annoyed some of the most powerful people in Algeria," Riccardo Fabiani, a senior political analyst at Eurasia Group, told Al Jazeera. "In particular, he attacked Ali Haddad, a prominent businessman close to the president's... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Europe Accused of Complicity in 'Horrific Abuse' of Migrants in Libyato end the migration crisis with the bloc’s much vaunted human rights values, s
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
to end the migration crisis with the bloc’s much vaunted human rights values, said Libya analyst Riccardo Fabiani of the Eurasia Group. “This is the problem and the paradox here, that Europe needs, at least from the point of view of the... Read more
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Gulf News
‘War cabinet’ emerges in Tunisia government reshuffledeal with Nidaa Tunis and Al Nahda is likely to ease tensions and to boost gove
Gulf News / Posted 15 days ago
deal with Nidaa Tunis and Al Nahda is likely to ease tensions and to boost government stability,” said Riccardo Fabiani at Eurasia Group.“After scheduled local elections in December, this relationship is likely to gradually deteriorate again as... Read more
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Aljazeera
Tunisia's Youssef Chahed names new cabinetdeal with Nidaa Tounes and Ennahda is likely to ease tensions and to boost gove
Aljazeera / Posted 15 days ago
deal with Nidaa Tounes and Ennahda is likely to ease tensions and to boost government stability," said Riccardo Fabiani at Eurasia Group. "After scheduled local elections in December, this relationship is likely to gradually deteriorate again as... Read more
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Reuters
Tunisia's Chahed names new cabinet after tensionsdeal with Nidaa Tounes and Ennahda is likely to ease tensions and to boost gove
Reuters / Posted 16 days ago
deal with Nidaa Tounes and Ennahda is likely to ease tensions and to boost government stability,” said Riccardo Fabiani at Eurasia Group. “After scheduled local elections in December, this relationship is likely to gradually deteriorate again as... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
NAFTA negotiators promise results at next talksdetails in the negotiations show that the room of maneuver and the depth of the
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 days ago
details in the negotiations show that the room of maneuver and the depth of the changes is likely to be limited," said the Eurasia Group consultancy. "All three parties will work to reach an agreement and not alter NAFTA fundamentally." CHEAP... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Houston Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The Norwich Bulletin
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The Norwich Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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asianage
China has tools to pressure Kim Jong-Un but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
asianage / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Boston Herald
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Boston Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Arizona Daily Sun
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Arizona Daily Sun / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Rapid City Journal
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Rapid City Journal / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The Bismarck Tribune
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The Bismarck Tribune / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Missoulian
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Missoulian / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The New Canaan News
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The New Canaan News / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Connecticut Post
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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The Times and Democrat
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
The Times and Democrat / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Hawaii News Now / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Lincoln Journal Star
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Lincoln Journal Star / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
China has tools to pressure Kim but worries of consequencesKorean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and cost
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 17 days ago
Korean missile test. "Cutting this flow would likely have an immediate and costly impact on North Korea's economy," said Eurasia Group in a report. However, such a painful step could rupture relations, wiping out any influence Beijing has over... Read more
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