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Global Spectator, by Andrés Ortega Is Obama a good President?

In terms of foreign policy, Barack Obama is giving the Americans what they want deep in their hearts. Opinion polls, like the recently published survey by The Wall Street Journal, show a citizenship eager for the country withdrawing to a certain extent from the world. Nearly half want a [...]

Barack Obama & problematic U.S foreign policy traditions

Ronald W. Pruessen, Professor of History at the University of Toronto - Munk School of Global Affairs- is a specialist on twentieth-century U.S. Foreign Policy and International Relations. Profesor Pruessen was invited by Elcano Royal Institute last November in order to speak about [...] [...]

#IEPG. Measuring the global presence of countries (3): United States

The Elcano Blog is back in business after the Summer break. We’re returning to our series on what’s new in the Elcano Global Presence Index (IEPG) 2012 country ranking. The United States (1st IEPG, 1st GDP and population of 315,950,000 in 2012) retains its leading position on the IEPG [...]

It IS possible to measure the global presence of countries. Check out the IEPG!

A couple of years ago, the Elcano Royal Institute launched a new project: the Elcano Global Presence Index (IEPG, according to its initials in Spanish). The IEPG estimates the international projection of countries in three areas: economic (primary goods, energy, manufactures, services and investments), military (troops deployed and military [...]

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