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: email@example.com or 203-570-1005.
Author Archive | Daniel Wagner
The Elusive Road to Peace in Colombia
Aquino Challenges Filipinos to Reject the Status Quo
Circus Politics is Alive and Well in the Philippines
MH17 was Shot Down for Money
Daniel Wagner 07.21.14
Bahrain’s Jihadist Dilemma
Russia, the U.S., and Preservation of the Status Quo
Daniel Wagner 07.18.14
Dilma Rousseff likely to be Reelected, So Why are Brazilians Celebrating?
Daniel Wagner 07.07.14
Islamic Extremism in Africa
Daniel Wagner 06.25.14
Kenya, Corruption, and Terrorism
Daniel Wagner 06.19.14
Saudi Arabia’s Sectarian Challenge
Paris Wants to Know: Where is U.S. Leadership in the World?
Daniel Wagner 06.06.14
Al Qaeda’s Growing Influence in Central Africa
Daniel Wagner 06.01.14
Only Tourism can Save Thailand
Daniel Wagner 05.22.14
MH370 will not change China-Malaysia Relations
The UAE’s Preservation of the Status Quo
Why Obama has Foreign Policy about Right
Daniel Wagner 05.04.14
As the European Union Reconsiders Russian Natural Gas, Qatar Waits in the Wings
How to Read Vladimir Putin
Can the Peace Dividend Last in the Philippines?
What MH370 Says About Malaysia’s Challenge
How China Benefits from the Ukraine Crisis
Asia and Airline Security
Daniel Wagner 03.14.14
The Geopolitics of Gay Rights in Uganda
For Putin’s Russia, Military Intervention in Crimea is a Risk Worth Taking
Daniel Wagner 03.03.14
Egypt and Israel have Maintained Bilateral Relations
Nostalgia for the Past Won’t Cure Greece’s Ills
Can China and India Coexist in Myanmar?
Analysis of Turkey and Iran’s Growing Alliance
Putin’s Sochi Challenge
Can “Peace” Last in the Philippines?
Myanmar’s Lady vs. The Dragon
France’s Nineteenth-Century Foreign Policy Fails in the Twenty-First Century
China at a Crossroads: What does it Want to Be?
Daniel Wagner 01.13.14