The Red (team) Analysis Weekly No78, 13 December 2012

Political decisions in Greece and Ireland (see videos) question two fundamental norms ruling statehood in the international system: sovereignty and territoriality, while the third one, independence fares not much better under conditions of globalized financial pressure and crisis. What will be the impact of those deep changes in a world where threats abound, some of them conventional, other much newer but no less damaging (as Sandy)?

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fiscal cliff, Sandy, horizon scanning, North Korea, satellite, Greece, Island, sovereignty, territoriality, threat