Global Uncertainties (France Attacks)
- Posted by DynamicHedge
- on January 23rd, 2013
Several weeks ago we wrote about geopolitical issues that could turn into the big macro stories of 2013 (Geopolitical Simmering). The event which catalyzed first was French military action in Mali to contain Al Qaeda. The event with the longest-tail for disruption of capital markets is the maritime activities of the Chinese government. The potential (pending) military intervention in Syria and protracted Mali conflict are also areas of concern. Watch the videos for context.
China’s Expanding Maritime Claims
Militant Groups in North and West Africa
NATO Deploys Patriot Missiles to Turkey
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