Alec Weisman's

Archive of My Clips on LIGNET 11/2-12/1

In Foreign Affairs on December 1, 2011 at 5:32 am

These are an assortment of the clips I have written while working for Newsmax’s new site, Langley Intelligence Group Network (LIGNET) from November 2-December 1. These articles were published on their site following review by their Analysis Team. Shorter pieces (InBriefs) do not require any sign up, however longer articles (Analysis) do require a subscription to the site.

Dec 1 – Germany’s Bitter Medicine to Solve the EU Debt Crisis (an interview I did of my boss)

Dec 1 – Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur Passes Law to Restrict Street Protests

Dec 1 – Philippines: Al Qaeda-Linked Terrorist Group Leader Captured After Hotel Bombing–Al-Qaeda-Linked-Terrorist-Group-Leade.aspx

Nov 30 – Cameroon: China Interested in Growing Oil Output, New Port

Nov 30 – India: Reforms of Retail Industry Likely to Boost Economy–Reforms-of-Retail-Industry-Likely-to-Boost-.aspx

Nov 30 – China/United Kingdom: Beijing Wants to Invest in UK to Diversify Assets–Beijing-Wants-to-Invest-in-UK-to-Diversi.aspx

Nov 29 – Kosovo/Serbia: Violence Could Prompt EU to Oppose Membership for Belgrade–Violence-Could-Prompt-EU-to-Oppose-.aspx

Nov 29 – Kuwait: Business with Beijing Continues Despite Cabinet Resignation–Business-with-Beijing-Continues-Despite-Ca.aspx

Nov 28 – Yemen: No Guarantees of Stability As Saleh Gives Up Power

Nov 28 – Gambia: Presidents Reelection May Bolster Royal Ambitions

Nov 28 – Iran/United Kingdom: Tehran Furious With British Sanctions–Tehran-Furious-With-British-S.aspx

Nov 28 – New Zealand: Elections Reflect Support for Current Leadership–Elections-Reflect-Support-for-Current.aspx

Nov 23 – Brazil: Fine Over Oil Spill Could Delay Offshore Drilling

Nov 22 – China/Canada: Ties Likely to Center on Oil Development–Ties-Likely-to-Center-on-Oil-Develop.aspx

Nov 22 – South Korea/Philippines: Economic Agreements Prelude to Military Upgrade–Economic-Agreements-Prelu.aspx

Nov 21 – Cuba: Property Reforms Must Go Further to Succeed

Nov 21 – Burma/Australia: 2014 ASEAN Summit Could be Controversial

Nov 18 – Liberia: Nobel Prize Winning President Calls for Reconciliation Despite Violence–Nobel-Prize-Winning-President-Calls-for-R.aspx

Nov 17 – Mali: Oil Discoveries Signal Prosperity Despite Terror Concerns–Oil-Reseves-but-Threat-of-Terrorism.aspx

Nov 17 – China: Wireless Data Streaming Key to Rural Growth Strategy–Wireless-Telecom.aspx

Nov 15 – Yemen: Al Qaeda Returns As Rebellion Intensifies–Al-Aqaeda-Gaining.aspx

Nov 15 – Zimbabwe/China: Weapons from Beijing Likely to be Used in 2012 Elections

Nov 11 – Algeria: New Finds of Oil and Gas Reserves Offset by Terrorism–New-Finds-of-Oil-and-Gas-Reserves-Offset-.aspx

Nov 10 – Canada: Ship Contracts to Help Economy; Keep Pace with Chinese and Russia Arctic Oil Ambitions–Contracts-to-Help-Economy;-Keep-Pace-with-.aspx

Nov 10 – Thailand/Japan: Flooding in Bangkok Hurts Japanese Manufacturing–Flooding-in-Bangkok-Hurts-Japanese.aspx

Nov 9 – Russia/Brazil: Moscow Desires More Latin Oil

Nov 8 – Guatemala: New President Promises to be Tough on Crime–New-President-Promises-to-be-Tough-on-C.aspx#axzz1d3xLNrMb

Nov 2 – Japan/India: Trying to Get Around China On Rare Earths–Trying-to-Get-Around-China-on-Rare-Ea.aspx


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