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SepPRN: Vol. 3, Num. 3 | September 6, 2013
The World Is Watching
The thesis of this newsletter is that the world is experiencing an unusual period of shaking since 2006. There is a volatility and soft-anarchy across the globe, and nowhere do we find a center that is holding.
JulPRN: Vol. 3, Num. 2 | July 12, 2013
Shaking, Equilibrium, or Somewhere In Between?
The worldwide global shaking since 2006 has been the topic of this newsletter (*see specific examples below). For the past 6-9 months, I've been reassessing the data. Three specific issues, in particular, caused me to consider the possibility we might be transitioning to a new equilibrium: US politics, Israeli poli... read more »
MarPRN: Vol. 3, Num. 1 | March 9, 2013
The Usual Unusuals
Our Special Moment in History is a time of mathematical aberrations in all
directions. It is now routine to see the highly unusual, whether in science,
technology, economics, politics, or international relations.
DecPRN: Vol. 2, Num. 7 | December 20, 2012
The Tightening Noose around the Neck of Israel
A myriad swirling currents have distracted eyes from the boiling Middle East despite its accelerating pandemonium. For Israel's part, they are five-times-more surrounded than when Obama first took office. But our attention has been fixed on other pressing matters: the election, fiscal cliff, Hurricane Sandy's $70 billion... read more »
MayPRN: Vol. 2, Num. 4 | May 29, 2012
Making It Up As We Go
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JanPRN: Vol. 2, Num. 1 | January 22, 2012
Every Major Area of the World in Play: The Middle East on the Brink
Two weeks ago I noticed something unique, at least in my experience--the entire world is now in play. By this, I mean that every important region and country is simultaneously being disrupted by economic tension, political instability, or international threats. I've never seen such a situation in thirty years of close ob... read more »
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