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Archive of My Clips on LIGNET 3/1-3/31/13

In Foreign Affairs on March 31, 2013 at 5:34 pm

These are an assortment of the clips I have written while working for Newsmax’s new site, Langley Intelligence Group Network (LIGNET) from March 1 – March 31. 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.

Mar 30 – Monaco Plans Sea-Based Territorial Expansion
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Monaco-Plans-Sea-Based-Territorial-Expansion

Mar 29 – Sudan: Government Requests Rebel Input on Constitution
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Sudan-Government-Requests-Rebel-Input-on-Constitut

Mar 28 – With Energy Deal, a Russia-China Alliance Looms Large
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/With-Energy-Deal-a-Russia-China-Alliance-Looms-Lar

Mar 28 – Nigeria: Eni and Shell Halt Production Over Rampant Oil Theft
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Eni-and-Shell-Halt-Nigerian-Production-Over-Rampan

Mar 26 – Tanzania Gas Find Could Fuel Rapid Growth
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Tanzania-Gas-Find-Fuels-Promise-Despite-Conflict-a

Mar 25 – Chevron and Total Pursue Offshore Republic of Congo Exploration
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Chevron-and-Total-Pursue-Offshore-Republic-of-Cong

Mar 22 – Airbus and Boeing Win Big Orders, But Is The Aircraft Market Overheating?
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Airbus-and-Boeing-Win-Big-Orders-But-Is-The-Aircr

Mar 20 – Bahrain: Tough Job Ahead for Crown Prince to Calm Tension
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Bahrain–Tough-Job-Ahead-for-Crown-Prince-to-Calm-

Mar 19 – Liberia: Government Pins Hopes on Oil Industry
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Liberian-Government-Pins-Hopes-on-Oil-Industry

Mar 19 – Asia Finds Mozambique Gas Irresistible
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Asia-Finds-Mozambique-Gas-Irresistible

Mar 19 – El Salvador Expands Fragile Gang Truce
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Gang-Truce-Bringing-Peace-to-El-Salvador-

Mar 18 – Europe Frets Over Hungary’s Autocratic Trajectory
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Europe-Frets-Over-Hungarys-Autocratic-Trajectory

Mar 14 – Bulgaria: Uncertainty to Hamper Governing
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Bulgarian-Uncertainty-to-Hamper-Governing

Mar 11 – Somaliland Criticizes Partial Lifting of Somalia Arms Embargo
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Somaliland-Criticizes-Partial-Lifting-of-Somalia-A

Mar 11 – Moldova: Pro-EU Government Falls
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Moldova-Pro-EU-Government-Falls

Mar 11 – New Website Shows Cyber Attacks in Real Time
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/New-Website-Shows-Cyber-Attacks-in-Real-Time

Mar 8 – Yemen: Far From Stable a Year After Saleh
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Yemen–Far-From-Stable-a-Year-After-Saleh

Mar 8 – Portugal Buys Time on Debts as Austerity Backlash Seethtes
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Portugal-Buys-Time-on-Debts-as-Austerity-Backlash-

Mar 6 – Slovenia Rejects Austerity, Increasing Risk of New Fiscal Crisis
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Slovenia-Rejects-Austerity-Increasing-Risk-of-New-

Mar 5 – Tanzania: Natural Gas Continues to Draw Energy Companies Despite Islamist Threat
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Tanzanian-Natural-Gas-Continues-to-Draw-Energy-Com

Mar 5 – Central African Republic: Collapse of Peace Deal Threatens Regional Stability
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Collapse-of-Peace-Deal-in-Central-African-Republic

Mar 4 – Lithuania Endorses Euro for 2015
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Lithuania-Endorses-Euro-For-2015

Mar 4 – Spain: Madrid Ramps Up Campaign Against Catalonia Secession
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Madrid-Ramps-Up-Campaign-Against-Catalonia-Secessi

Mar 4 – Mongolia: Mining Industry Under Attack
http://www.lignet.com/InBriefs/Mongolia-Mining-Industry-Under-Attack

Mar 1 – Moldova: A Nation In Name Only
http://www.lignet.com/ArticleAnalysis/Moldova-A-Nation-In-Name-Only

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