Daniel Wagner

Daniel Wagner is CEO of Country Risk Solutions, a Connecticut-based cross-border risk advisory firm 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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Tim McKulka

Food, Disposable Income, and Rising Political Violence

02.13.13
  • George Laoutaris
    George Laoutaris

    Implications of Rising Violence in Greece

  • Magharebia
    Magharebia

    Implications of the Rise of Radical Muslim Groups in Libya

  • Olivier Douliery/ABACAUSA
    Olivier Douliery/ABACAUSA

    Common Sense Prescriptions for Washington

    12.27.12
  • SANA
    SANA

    Red Lines and Syria’s Chemical Weapons

  • Google
    Google

    The Talented Mrs. Kirchner

  • Google
    Google

    The Talented Mr. Morsi

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  • Pete Souza
    Pete Souza

    Time to Reset the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations

  • Collage

    What the Middle East will Look Like if Iran is Attacked

  • Al Jazeera
    Al Jazeera

    Will the Rest of Africa Be the Next Phase of the ‘Arab’ Awakening?

    10.23.12
  • Mallory Benedict/PBS NewsHour
    Mallory Benedict/PBS NewsHour

    Romney’s Proposed Foreign Policy: Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle

    10.09.12
  • Marco Dormino
    Marco Dormino

    Jihadists on the March in West Africa

  • davelawrence8/flickr
    davelawrence8/flickr

    Romney’s Contribution to the Unrest in the Middle East

    09.14.12
  • FARS
    FARS

    Iran and the Non-Aligned Movement’s Struggle for Relevance

    09.01.12
  • Eric Bridiers
    Eric Bridiers

    America’s Broken Political Process: Russian Bills Fail in Congress

  • Freedom House
    Freedom House

    Syria’s Descent Raises Disturbing Questions

  • Sim Chi Yin/Bloomberg
    Sim Chi Yin/Bloomberg

    The Chinese Central Bank’s Delicate Tap Dance

    and 07.16.12
  • Pete Souza
    Pete Souza

    How to Enhance Obama’s Limited Progress on Arms Control

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    Pete Souza

    The Fallacy of Choosing Favorites in Afghanistan

  • Google
    Google

    Enrique Peña Nieto has Much to Prove in Mexico

  • Gage Skidmore
    Gage Skidmore

    Russia and Romney’s Approach to Foreign Policy

  • Llee Wu
    Llee Wu

    What Israeli Airport Security Teaches the World

  • Pete Souza
    Pete Souza

    Afghanistan: Why a ‘Limited-Win’ is Sustainable

  • SANA
    SANA

    Obama’s Dwindling Options in Syria

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    via Facebook

    What Next in Greece?

  • Apache helicopters

    The Resumption of Business as Usual Between Pakistan and the U.S.

  • Nenad Marinkovic/Enough Project
    Nenad Marinkovic/Enough Project

    Sudan’s Oil War

  • Lingjing Bao
    Lingjing Bao

    The Talented Mr. Chen

    05.05.12
  • SANA
    SANA

    What Syria is Teaching the West

    04.22.12
  • Google
    Google

    Income Inequality and the Rise of European Separatist Movements

  • Pete Souza
    Pete Souza

    U.S. Expectations Must Change in the Middle East

    04.11.12
  • Official Website
    Official Website

    Do Country Acronyms have a Meaningful Place in a Dynamic World?

  • Flash90
    Flash90

    Netanyahu’s and Obama’s Unsavory Choices on Iran

  • Reuters
    Reuters

    Saudi Arabia and Qatar Ratchet Up Pressure on Assad

  • Pete Souza
    Pete Souza

    Is Putin Capable of Crafting a Pragmatic Foreign Policy?

  • Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg
    Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

    Now is not the Time for Intervention in Syria

  • Leon Panetta

    Iranian Attack on the U.S. Unlikely

  • NOS Nieuws
    NOS Nieuws

    What Next for North Korea?

    12.19.11
  • Goran Tomasevic/Reuters
    Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

    Why Leaving Syria Alone is a Good Idea

    12.07.11
  • Google
    Google

    India’s Courage Deficit

    11.30.11