2014 Global Risk Forum

Yemen: Capacity, Collapse, and Doughnuts

March 22, 2016 by Todd Dahmann

The United States must reconsider its approach to the recent political turmoil in Yemen.

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The Iran-Iraq War and Sectarianism in the Middle East

March 14, 2016 by Satgin Hamrah
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The Iran-Iraq War officially ended in 1988, but its legacy is still felt today as the sectarian fault lines it created fuels proxy wars across the Middle East.

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Iran Pitches Anti-Extremist Cooperation, but Dim Prospects for Coalition

March 12, 2016 by Adam Weinstein
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Iranian leaders’ calls to unify both Sunnis and Shias against the Islamic State have fallen on deaf ears as sectarian divides deepen across the Middle East.

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Toward a Global Cyberspace Regime

December 18, 2015 by Nikolas Ott

It is time to come up with common rules and procedures to develop and avoid destroying the only cyberspace we have.

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