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Follow-up: Is the Philippines Abandoning the US?   $

We ran an article on Tuesday concerning Duterte and his actions that seemingly impact relations between the US and the Philippines. If one takes the latest statements of the new…

More Intrigue in Brazil. $

The man who essentially drove Dilma Rousseff from power was the former speaker of the House in Brazil – Eduardo Cunha. He won that battle but was promptly attacked by…

Ceasefire in Syria Condemned by Most  $

It has been seen as a Hail Mary move and one that likely failed. The US has capitulated to the demands of Russia and the al-Assad regime in Syria in…

Uzbekistan has a New Thug in Charge $

Shavkat Mirziyoyev has been elevated from the Prime Minister’s position to the Presidency and now Uzbekistan has the second leader in its history. If there is to be any kind…

Iran Threatens US Planes in International Airspace. $

Just in case you didn’t catch the evening news, just about everybody is reporting that a US reconnaissance plane was warned by Iranian authorities on Saturday that if it did…

Keep an Eye on Your Philippine Operations. $

Keep an Eye on Your Philippine Operations.   $

There are a range of assessments flying around business circles concerning new Filipino leadership and the stability of US business presence in the country. We have written much about the…

Why Doom Merchants Get It Wrong and Why We Should Still Listen  $

The track record has not been very good of late and if one goes back through the decades it has rarely been better. The joke has been that economists have…

Change Coming to Uzbekistan? $

For over a quarter of a century the country has been run by a single person – Islam Karimov. At 78 he has been in control since before the country…

Something Quick to Remember about a Second Term President. $

We will reiterate once again that the second term of a US President (and specifically the final year) is typically hallmarked by a series of global tests. Every country with…

Quick Insight on Defense Spending. $

Earlier, when we were building perspectives on the durable goods report, we came across many of the defense categories. There’s no sinister conspiracy theory story to try and drum up…

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