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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Rise of the Islamic State Signals a Changing World Order

08.16.14
  • Juan Manuel Santos/Facebook

    The Elusive Road to Peace in Colombia

  • Deborah Campos

    Aquino Challenges Filipinos to Reject the Status Quo

  • Sikarin Thanachaiary

    Circus Politics is Alive and Well in the Philippines

  • RIA Novosti

    MH17 was Shot Down for Money

    07.21.14
  • Google

    Bahrain’s Jihadist Dilemma

  • Pete Souza

    Russia, the U.S., and Preservation of the Status Quo

    07.18.14
  • Jolanda Flubacher

    Dilma Rousseff likely to be Reelected, So Why are Brazilians Celebrating?

    07.07.14
  • Jerome Dealy/AP

    Islamic Extremism in Africa

    06.25.14
  • Benedikt von Loebell

    Kenya, Corruption, and Terrorism

    06.19.14
  • Broad Arrow

    Saudi Arabia’s Sectarian Challenge

  • Peter Foley/EPA

    Paris Wants to Know: Where is U.S. Leadership in the World?

    06.06.14
  • Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

    Al Qaeda’s Growing Influence in Central Africa

    06.01.14
  • Pornchai Kittiwongsakul/AFP

    Only Tourism can Save Thailand

    05.22.14
  • Associated Press

    MH370 will not change China-Malaysia Relations

  • Map

    The UAE’s Preservation of the Status Quo

  • Chuck Kennedy

    Why Obama has Foreign Policy about Right

    05.04.14
  • Google

    As the European Union Reconsiders Russian Natural Gas, Qatar Waits in the Wings

  • RIA Novosti

    How to Read Vladimir Putin

  • Google

    Can the Peace Dividend Last in the Philippines?

  • Michael Wuertenberg

    What MH370 Says About Malaysia’s Challenge

  • Pete Souza

    How China Benefits from the Ukraine Crisis

  • Aero Icarus

    Asia and Airline Security

    03.14.14
  • Google

    The Geopolitics of Gay Rights in Uganda

  • AFP

    For Putin’s Russia, Military Intervention in Crimea is a Risk Worth Taking

    03.03.14
  • Flash90

    Egypt and Israel have Maintained Bilateral Relations

  • Google

    Nostalgia for the Past Won’t Cure Greece’s Ills

  • PIB

    Can China and India Coexist in Myanmar?

  • Google

    Analysis of Turkey and Iran’s Growing Alliance

  • RIA Novosti

    Putin’s Sochi Challenge

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    Can “Peace” Last in the Philippines?

  • Simon Davis/DFID

    Myanmar’s Lady vs. The Dragon

  • Mali

    France’s Nineteenth-Century Foreign Policy Fails in the Twenty-First Century

  • Illustration by John Shakespeare

    China at a Crossroads: What does it Want to Be?

    01.13.14
  • Hailemichael Gebrekrstos

    The Risks for the Region of a South Sudan Civil War

    01.07.14
  • KCNA

    Asia Braces as Kim takes the Lonely Road to Absolute Power

    01.07.14
  • Google

    Can Qatar Regain Influence in Egypt?

  • Nasser Nouri

    Can Democracy and Islamic Radicalism Coexist in Tunisia?

  • KCNA

    Kim Jong-Un and Basketball Diplomacy

  • Google

    Is the Turkish-Israeli Rapprochement for Real?