Daniel Wagner

Daniel Wagner is CEO of Country Risk Solutions and author of the book 'Managing Country Risk.' He holds master’s degrees in International Relations from the University of Chicago and in International Management from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird) in Phoenix. He received his bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Richmond College in London. Daniel can be reached at: daniel.wagner@countyrisksolutions.com or 203-570-1005.

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The UAE and Qatar Wage a Proxy War in Libya

  • U.S. Dept of State

    The Paris Climate Change Agreement is a Huge Disappointment

    12.13.15
  • American Political Culture Explains Trump’s Popularity

    12.02.15
  • Saudi Arabia and Pakistan’s Evolving Alliance

  • UNHCR

    U.S. Should Join Hands With Russia to Fight ISIS

    11.19.15
  • Associated Press

    Europe’s Long Goodbye to Open Borders

    11.15.15
  • Associated Press

    Turkey, Qatar and a Doomed Syria Policy

  • Xinhua

    U.S. and Iran’s Common Interests in Syria

  • China Should Be Concerned About the Hague Tribunal

  • Information Transparency and No-Fly Zones in Conflict Areas

    11.02.15
  • Reuters

    The U.S. Needs a New Approach to the Rest of the World

    10.30.15
  • Chest Thumping and Chess Playing in Syria

    10.13.15
  • Associated Press

    The Hajj Stampede Exacerbates Saudi-Iranian Tension

  • via Youtube

    Saudis and al-Qaeda Find Common Cause in Yemen

  • via Youtube

    The UAE’s High Stakes in Yemen

  • via Facebook

    Singapore’s Election Runs Counter to Global Trends

    09.14.15
  • LConstantino/Wikimedia

    Iran Exposes the Myth of GCC Unity

  • via Twitter

    Don’t Blame China for the Carnage in Global Stock Markets

    08.26.15
  • Miriam Alster/Flash90

    How the Iran Deal May Impact Israel’s Influence

    08.17.15
  • Rafael Figueroa Medina/U.S. Navy

    Can France Become Saudi Arabia’s Closest Ally?

  • via Facebook

    A Republican President and the Next War

    08.05.15
  • via Facebook

    Aquino’s Legacy in the Philippines

  • The Sun

    The Royal Family, the Hitler Salute, and British Policy During the War

    07.23.15
  • Michael Vadon

    The Trump Phenomenon and U.S. Political Culture

    07.14.15
  • Wall Street

    History Tells Us That 2016 Will See a Recession

    07.11.15
  • GUE/NGL

    Greece Has Reached Its Threshold of Pain

    07.05.15
  • Tribes of the World

    While Saudi Arabia Goes to War Abroad, It’s Simmering at Home

  • Alexis Tsipras/Facebook

    The EU, the Grexit, and Market Failure

    06.27.15
  • Gazprom

    Russian Energy Sanctions have Backfired

  • Reuters

    Oman’s Diplomatic Bridge in Yemen

  • John Moore/Getty Images

    Backing the Wrong Horse in Iraq

    06.17.15
  • Al Jazeera

    Rising Nationalism a Threat to Asia

    06.08.15
  • U.S. Gov't

    Forget about Stopping ISIS Funds

  • Reuters

    Int. Law could Kill China’s Claims in the South China Sea

  • Jesse B. Awalt/USN

    Sudan’s Prospects for Reform

  • Troy Roat/USN

    A Premature Peace Deal in the Philippines

  • Reuters

    China is Walking Softly and Carrying a Small Stick

    05.13.15
  • Tobias Kleinschmidt

    Do Sanctions Work?

    05.04.15
  • Reuters

    The Rule of Law Is China’s Challenge in the South China Sea

    04.28.15
  • Getty Images

    The Impact of Energy on China/Myanmar Relations

    04.14.15