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A chance at leadership

It looks like India might get a new nuclear-weapons neighbor to its north east. According to recent reports Myanmar may be on its way to developing military nuclear capability with the help of North Korea. Myanmar and North Korea have improved their military trade relations over the last few years, and nuclear collaboration as an […]

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The Contentious Eastern European Missile Defense Shield

The Contentious Eastern European Missile Defense Shield

One of the most vocal rising powers – Russia – shone on the world stage this past week.  President Dmitry Medvedev made his way to the G20 Summit in London via Berlin.  He met with several world leaders, agreeing on economics with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, forging a stronger bilateral relationship with Chinese President Hu […]

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Iran Follow-up – Iran might be rising, but what about its president?

Iran Follow-up – Iran might be rising, but what about its president?

My colleague David Kampf in his posting today, draws our attention to the current Economic Cooperation Organization summit in Tehran in which Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad predicts the collapse of capitalism.  Scary, right?  It is another firebrand speech from an energetic leader of a rising regional power with a productive nuclear program and a lot […]

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