Archivos de Categoría: Estrategias

How the West Underestimated Russia’s Military Power

Opinión
The Diplomat, 17.10.2015
Franz-Stefan Gady, editor adjunto y senior fellow del East-West Institute
  • Focusing on shortcomings in equipment made Western military analysts underestimate Moscow’s military capacity.
Russia’s military reforms have been misunderstood and its capabilities underestimated by the United States and Europe. That’s the conclusion of a new report by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR). The...
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Who is a Better Strategist: Obama or Putin?

Artículo
Foreign Policy, 09.10.2015
Stephen M. Walt, profesor de RRII en la U. de Harvard
Pitting a former KGB agent against a former community organizer and seeing what happens in Syria
That’s not quite the right question, of course, because both leaders depend to some degree on intelligence reports and advice from trusted advisors and not just their own...
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Forecasting Japan (II): China Rises

Análisis
Stratfor Global Intelligence, 29.09.2015
Summary
Since the end of the Cold War, the Pacific Rim has seen China rise and Japan stagnate. However, Japan is approaching an epochal shift that will enable it to challenge the current order. This analysis is the second in a four-part a series that forecasts the nature of that shift and the...
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Why the U.S. Feels It Must Contain Russia

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Stratfor Global Intelligence
Eugene Chausovsky, ruso-norteamericano licenciado en RRII (U. de Texas)
At the outset of the Cold War, in 1946, U.S. diplomat George F. Kennan sent what became popularly known as the "long telegram" from the embassy in Moscow outlining a policy of containment in dealing with the Soviet Union. The policy was made public in...
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Pakistan’s Shocking Strategic Shift

Artículo
National Interest, 05.08.2015
Sameer Lalwani, postdoctoral fellow en la RAND Corporation
Pakistan is often characterized as a belligerent, unyielding, and destabilizing force in international affairs. But despite longstanding and widespread negative perceptions, Pakistani behavior and strategic culture is changing for the better in important respects, as recently exemplified by anti-Taliban operations in the country’s North Waziristan region...
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Las fases del Neocomunismo o Socialismo del siglo XXI

Artículo
Periodismo Sin Fronteras (Col.), 21.04.2011
Viviana Padelin, peridista y analista política uruguaya
La delincuencia es esencial a la implantación del Neocomunismo
Mucha gente se pregunta ¿Cuál es el modelo? No se lo conoce… resulta que el ¿Frente? no tiene ningún modelo, que sea fruto de una planificación ordenada o de su imaginación, es una simple copia de la...
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Debating the Morality of Hiroshima

Análisis
Geopolitical Weekley, 11.08.2015
George Friedman, presidente de Stratfor Global Intelligence
Each year at this time — the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima — the world pauses. The pause is less to mourn the dead than to debate a moral question: whether the bombing was justified and, by extension, whether the United States unnecessarily slaughtered tens of...
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Hiroshima, 70 Years Later: Did Truman Make the Right Call?

Artículo
The National Interest, 06.08.2015
James Holmes, profesor de estrategia (Naval War College)
Huddle up with Teddy Roosevelt, Clausewitz, and Wylie—and then you be the judge. Retrospectives on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki conjure up Theodore Roosevelt for me. That goes double when the anniversary is a multiple of ten—as it is today, the seventieth anniversary of...
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Towards a Rational U.S. Strategy (Part II)

Artículo
Consortiumnews, 01.07.2015
William R. Polk, consultor en política exterior y profesor de Harvard
The ultimate madness of today’s U.S. foreign policy is Official Washington’s eager embrace of a new Cold War against Russia with the potential for nuclear annihilation. A rational strategy would seek alternatives to this return to big-power confrontation. In Part One, I dealt at length with America’s relationship with...
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Towards a Rational U.S. Strategy (Part I)

Artículo
Consortiumnews, 30.06.2015
William R. Polk, consejero en política exterior, escritor y profesor en Harvard
Current U.S. foreign policy is driven by neoconservative ideologues and tough-talking “liberal interventionists” who spread chaos and death around the world while failing to serve real American interests. It’s time for a fundamental rethinking Judaism, Christianity and Islam have proclaimed that humankind faces the...
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