Predicting the Tsunami – by Dylan Grice

Three years ago (admittedly not such a ‘Recent View’) Dylan Grice wrote the following paper on Japan and the Nikkei – and for the most part it is becoming true. Keep an eye out for the 63m! Click here to … Continue reading

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DSK: The Counter-History – by Edward Jay Epstein

The recent Greek election could have led to Greece’s exit from the Euro, and set off the Doomsday clock for the global financial system. Could this potential scenario have been averted if Dominique Strauss-Kahn had kept his appointment  in Berlin … Continue reading

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America’s Failed (Bi-Partisan) Russia Policy – by Stephen F. Cohen

The United States and Russia are at a potentially fateful crossroads in their relations. Twenty years after the end of the Soviet Union, the relationship features more elements of cold-war conflict than of stable cooperation. Still more, recent developments, including … Continue reading

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John R. Bradley on Syria and Russia

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Romney’s Useless Posturing on Russia

A guest of T&B’s provided this recent anonymous view on potential Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, and his stance vis-a-vis Russia: I think Romney is just a sellout Establishment RINO who thinks somehow the U.S. foreign policy was stronger or … Continue reading

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