Daniel Wagner

Daniel Wagner is Managing Director of Risk Solutions at Risk Cooperative, a Washington, D.C.-based specialty strategy, risk and capital management firm. He was previously CEO of Country Risk Solutions -- a cross-border risk advisory firm he founded -- and Senior Vice President of Country Risk at GE Energy Financial Services. He has published more than 500 articles on risk management and current affairs and is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, South China Morning Post and The National Interest, among many others. His editorials have been published in such notable newspapers as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Daniel is also the author of three books: "Political Risk Insurance Guide," "Managing Country Risk," and "Global Risk Agility and Decision Making" (co-authored with Risk Cooperative CEO, Dante Disparte). Daniel can be reached at: dwagner@riskcooperative.com or 203-570-1005.

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Author Archive | Daniel Wagner

2017: The Beginning of the Era of Disruption

01.01.17
  • 2017 Promises to be a Year of Unprecedented Risk

    12.19.16
  • Trump’s Foreign Policy Under Tillerson And Bolton

    12.13.16
  • Can the Iranian Nuclear Deal Survive the Trump Presidency?

    12.06.16
  • Japan’s Important Role in Saudi’s Vision 2030

  • Implications of the U.S. Withdrawal from the TPP

    11.25.16
  • Are We All Just Gibbering Chimpanzees with the Attention Span of Goldfish?

    11.13.16
  • Trump and the Coming Death of Multilateralism

    11.11.16
  • Expect More Dramatic Political Change in Asia

    11.09.16
  • Why Trump Won

    11.09.16
  • The Price the World May Pay for America’s Presidential Election

    10.17.16
  • Duterte’s First 100 Days

  • History is No Longer an Accurate Guide to the Future

    10.04.16
  • Malaysia’s Dangerous Path

    09.30.16
  • China’s Nine-Dash Line and its Misplaced National Pride

    09.22.16
  • Duterte, Trump, and Implications of ‘Sticking It’ to the Rest of the World

    09.14.16
  • China’s Zero Sum Vision of the World

    09.06.16
  • A Cyber-Attack on a U.S. Election is Inevitable

  • Decoding China-U.S. Relations

    and 08.08.16
  • Being Held Hostage by the “New Normal”

    08.05.16
  • Trump and Narcissistic Personality Disorder

    07.31.16
  • Prospects for a Post-Maduro Venezuela

  • Being Governed by Man-made Risk

  • China and The Philippines’ Dual South China Sea Challenge

  • As Goes Manila and Nairobi, So Goes Paris

    07.04.16
  • Soft Targets and Tourist Terrorism

    06.29.16
  • Business and Government Must Work Together to Enhance Global Security

    06.20.16
  • Ebola, Zika and the Weakness of the Global Health Regime

    06.04.16
  • Duterte and ‘The System’

  • Russia and Israel’s Middle East Dance

    05.07.16
  • Why the Philippines Should Vote for Poe

  • Clinton or Trump Would Offer a Similar Foreign Policy

    04.25.16
  • Will Trump’s Wall between Mexico and the U.S. Actually Work?

    04.04.16
  • Brussels, Israel, and Airport Security

    03.22.16
  • Why Donald Trump’s China-Bashing Makes No Sense

    03.22.16
  • What Germanwings Teaches Us About Risk Agility

  • Much Remains to be Done in the Philippines

    03.07.16
  • President Trump? Blame Both Parties

    03.07.16
  • American Voters Should Put an End to its Political Dynasties

    02.29.16
  • Low Oil Price and its Impact on FDI in MENA

    02.15.16