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Quarterly ForecastsJun 26, 2017 | 13:54 GMT
The United States will maintain its security alliances abroad, but it will also generate enough uncertainty to drive its partners toward unilateral action in managing their own neighborhoods.
2017 Third-Quarter Forecast

Federal investigations and budget battles with Congress will make for another distracting quarter for U.S. President Donald Trump. But these disruptions won't mitigate the White House's rhetoric, or broader speculation that the United States is retreating from the global stage. And though mixed messages from the U.S. administration won’t result in Washington abandoning its traditional allies, they will spur more unilateral action by U.S. partners in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.

Partner PerspectivesFeb 23, 2017 | 16:57 GMT
An article by John VanPool, EGF Turkey and Black Sea Regional Analyst
Insights into Turkish Domestic and International Politics: Jan.1-Feb. 5, 2017

After securing the support of the nationalist MHP, the AKP's majority in the Turkish Parliament voted 339-142 to make the president the de-facto head of state. Under current statutes, the constitutional amendment could have passed automatically if the threshold of 367 votes had been reached. Amendments receiving 330-366 votes send the proposal to a vote of the people, which has been scheduled for April 2017.

AdviserMay 4, 2016 | 15:17 GMT
David Sikora
David Sikora

David Sikora supports Stratfor's strategic goals in an advisory role and is the firm's former executive chairman and CEO. He joined Stratfor to lead market expansion, digital engagement and product transformation initiatives.

Mr. Sikora brings extensive executive experience to Stratfor, having served as CEO for multiple public and venture-backed private companies during his 25-year business career. He has raised more than $100 million in venture capital and public equity, and has taken part in multiple successful exits and IPOs. Mr. Sikora is a previous winner of Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award and, as CEO of Forefront Group in 1995, executed the first Internet software IPO in the state of Texas.

Prior to joining Stratfor, Mr. Sikora was the founder and CEO of Digby, where he built the first mobile and application storefronts for 50 major brands, including Brooks Brothers, Abercrombie & Fitch and Under Armour. He currently serves as a board member of Kony, TDECU and TradeLive and is an active mentor for young entrepreneurs in the Texas technology community. Mr. Sikora has a bachelor's degree from the University of Houston and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

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