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October 26, 2007

Iran
Sadjadpour: New Sanctions Likely to Worry Moscow, Beijing More Than Tehran

Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran political analyst, says the sanctions imposed by Washington on Iran this week are unlikely to have much of a financial impact on Tehran.  

June 3, 2008

Middle East and North Africa
Persian Gulf Nations’ Bulging Coffers Bring ’Wrenching Transformation’

Youssef Ibrahim, a risk consultant and the former Middle East correspondent for the New York Times, discusses the flood of money lining Persian Gulf coffers.

September 8, 2008

United States
Terrorism Insurance ’Underpriced’ in United States

Risk management expert Erwann Michel-Kerjan discusses how the terrorism insurance sector has evolved since September 11.

October 8, 2008

Financial Markets
Long-Term Implications of the Financial Crisis

Anne-Marie Slaughter, dean of Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School, discusses the long-term geopolitical implications of the financial crisis.

September 16, 2008

Global
Greenberg: Global Implications if AIG Fails

Maurice R. Greenberg, the former chairman and CEO of the embattled insurance giant AIG, discusses what will be needed to stabilize the firm’s operations.

October 6, 2008

Global
Steps to Halt the Slide

Economist Nouriel Roubini argues the $700 billion U.S. bailout bill will not alleviate frozen credit markets in the short term and encourages a series of steps to alleviate the current crisis.

April 22, 2009

Elections and Voting
South Africa’s Democratic Dilemma

CFR’s Princeton Lyman says deep economic challenges confront South Africa’s presumed next president, Jacob Zuma, but there are also opportunities for improved U.S. ties.

August 4, 2009

Somalia
Secretary Clinton’s ’Important Trip’ to Africa

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s seven-nation trip to Africa will highlight U.S. security concerns from Somalia to Nigeria and expand on efforts to engage leading African states on governance and…

October 21, 2009

United States
Avoiding a U.S.-China Trade Showdown

Morgan Stanley executive Stephen Roach says China’s undervalued currency is a "red herring" in the debate over global imbalances and that policymakers should instead focus on China’s social safety ne…

July 9, 2014

Global
Tremors from the BNP Paribas Case

The BNP Paribas case demonstrates the growing rigor of U.S. prosecutions of illicit finance, and will have implications for markets and the global banking industry, says expert Juan C. Zarate.