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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Reuters

Will the Presidential Hopefuls Commit to Fixing Our Crumbling Infrastructure?

  • Gage Skidmore; Reuters

    The Case Against Political Dynasties in American Politics

    04.07.15
  • Al Jazeera

    Four Years After Gaddafi, Libya Is a Failed State

  • via Youtube

    Entrepreneurialism and National Security

  • Screengrab

    What ISIS is Teaching the West About Social Media

    03.23.15
  • vulcanpost.com

    Lee Kuan Yew’s Legacy

    03.19.15
  • Narendra Modi/Facebook

    India’s Political Influence in Asia

    03.13.15
  • Screengrab

    Implications of Boko Haram’s Allegiance to the Islamic State

    03.07.15
  • Benigno Aquino/Facebook

    The Philippines Has Come Such a Long Way

    03.05.15
  • remax411.com

    As U.S. Home Ownership Hits a 20-Year Low, Can the Recovery Be for Real?

    02.26.15
  • U.S. Congress

    Rising Government Debt and the Next Global Recession

    02.09.15
  • RIA Novosti

    Sorry World, Putin Will Not Change Course

    02.05.15
  • Getty Images

    The Limits of Japan’s Soft Power

    02.02.15
  • via Youtube

    Philippines: Can Peace in Mindanao Ever be Achieved?

    01.29.15
  • Raqqa Media Center

    Bahrain’s Daesh Dilemma

  • via Youtube

    Africa’s Rising Political Violence

    01.15.15
  • Sony Pictures

    North Korea, Sony, and Ignorance

    12.27.14
  • Agência Brasil

    Why Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy

    12.23.14
  • Andrew Saint-George

    The U.S., Cuba, and Strategic Foreign Policy

    12.18.14
  • Loren Sztajer

    Short Memories, Broken Politics, and the Coming Recession

    12.15.14
  • USS Denver

    China’s Challenge in the South China Sea

  • RIA Novosti

    Russia’s Expanding Global Influence

    12.01.14
  • Eric Bridiers

    Iran Is Running Out of Time

    11.26.14
  • RIA Novosti

    Why the China/Russia Rapprochement Won’t Last

    11.10.14
  • U.S. Congress

    The Mid-Terms, the Republicans, and U.S. Foreign Policy

    11.05.14
  • Screenshot

    Why States are Right to Quarantine Ebola Workers

    10.28.14
  • via Youtube

    Terrorism, Ottawa, and the New Normal

    10.23.14
  • Google

    Lack of Courage and Common Sense are Ebola’s Greatest Ally

    10.20.14
  • via Youtube

    Ebola’s Message: Close the Borders Now!

  • Ferdinand Marcos

    Missing Marcos Billions and Unanswered Questions

  • Pete Souza

    Ebola and U.S. National Security

  • Pasu Au Yeung

    Hong Kong’s Moment in History

    10.03.14
  • F-18

    As America Fights Terror, it Loses More Than it Gains

  • Michał Józefaciuk

    Democracy by Militia in Burma

    09.27.14
  • Bundesregierung

    Why Germany Can’t Avoid a Larger NATO Commitment

  • Benigno Aquino/Facebook

    Will Peace in Mindanao be Held Hostage by Politics in Congress?

  • Tim Freccia/Enough Project

    In South Sudan, China Peacemaker Role Marks a First in its Diplomacy

  • SITE

    Al Qaeda’s Move in India Presages more Elsewhere

    09.05.14
  • Ryan Lim

    Can the Philippines Afford a Second Aquino Term?

    09.02.14
  • William Cho

    Can China’s New Development Bank Succeed?