Author: GSR Editorial Group

How China could use trade to force North Korea to play nice with the West

China can end the Korean nuclear crisis with considerable economic leverage and a security apparatus to contain any unforeseen consequence. Until recently, Beijing was seemingly wary of engaging itself further in a potentially disastrous and...

Is Energy ‘Dominance’ the Right Goal for U.S. Policy?

“American Energy Dominance” and U.S. Foreign Policy In recent weeks, a new energy buzzword has taken flight from Washington, D.C., making stops in Alaska, North Dakota, Texas, Utah and more: “American energy dominance.” Taking a...

Mid-2017 Global Geopolitical Forecast

A U.S. in Retreat Will Lead to Increased Unilateral Action by Allies Under the administration of Donald Trump, the United States has been attempting to rebalance its priorities, giving the appearance that it is stepping...

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Is there a link between foreign policy and terrorism? British intelligence thinks so

What causes terrorism? The combination of the horrendous terrorist attack in Manchester and a British general election inevitably meant that this question would dominate political and media discourses. And so it has. Particular attention has,...

In Mexico, a firebrand leftist provokes the powers that be – including Donald Trump

With its 17 million people, Mexico State, which encompasses the outer suburbs of sprawling Mexico City, tends to have an impact in national elections that goes far beyond its borders. The behemoth central state, which...

Did Sessions and Trump conspire to obstruct justice?

Did Attorney General Jeff Sessions conspire with President Donald Trump to fabricate a false story about why former FBI Director James Comey was fired? If the answer is yes, it could be grounds for criminal...