A throwback "fictitious" case study from 2016, delving into the usefulness of intelligence techniques for market entry.
These schemes enable citizens from high risk countries, where American visas are hard or impossible to acquire, to legally obtain citizenship in these countries within as little as 3 months.
The strategic implications of dismantling the INF are staggering, even existentially threatening. Signed on December 8, 1987, the INF sought to constrain what had been an ever escalating nuclear arms race between the United States, then under President Ronald Reagan, and the Soviet Union, then under General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev
Geographic and economic challenges are some of the main issues that have left the Russians feeling vulnerable, causing them to take an antagonistic regional and global posture.
These markets have become increasingly attractive to global market participants because of their potential to provide access to some of the fastest growing economies in the world.