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Daniel Wagner is the founder and CEO of Country Risk Solutions and a widely Daniel Wagner is the founder and CEO of Country Risk. He has three decades of experience assessing cross-border risk, is an authority on political risk insurance and analysis, and has worked for some of the world’s most respected and best-known companies, such as AIG, GE, the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and the World Bank Group. He has published eight books – 'The Chinese Vortex,' 'The America-China Divide,' 'China Vision,' 'AI Supremacy,' 'Virtual Terror,' 'Global Risk Agility and Decision-Making,' 'Managing Country Risk,' and 'Political Risk Insurance Guide' – as well as more than 700 articles on current affairs and risk management. Daniel is a regular contributor to such publications as the South China Morning Post, Sunday Guardian, and Fair Observer among many others. He holds master’s degrees in International Relations from the University of Chicago and in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

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Will Rafael Correa Inherit the Leadership of Latin American Socialism?

  • Food, Disposable Income, and Rising Political Violence

  • Implications of Rising Violence in Greece

  • Implications of the Rise of Radical Muslim Groups in Libya

  • Common Sense Prescriptions for Washington

  • Red Lines and Syria’s Chemical Weapons

  • The Talented Mrs. Kirchner

  • The Talented Mr. Morsi

  • Time to Reset the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations

  • What the Middle East will Look Like if Iran is Attacked

  • Will the Rest of Africa Be the Next Phase of the ‘Arab’ Awakening?

  • Romney’s Proposed Foreign Policy: Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle

  • Jihadists on the March in West Africa

  • Romney’s Contribution to the Unrest in the Middle East

  • America’s Broken Political Process: Russian Bills Fail in Congress

  • Syria’s Descent Raises Disturbing Questions

  • The Chinese Central Bank’s Delicate Tap Dance

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  • How to Enhance Obama’s Limited Progress on Arms Control

  • The Fallacy of Choosing Favorites in Afghanistan