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- snapshotBy John Chambers and Wim Elfrink -October 31, 2014This year signals a major inflection point for the Internet of Everything, which will have a much bigger impact on the world and its cities than the Internet did in its first 20 years. The Internet of Everything is already revolutionizing the way our cities operate, creating a more dynamic global economy and enriching citizens' lives.
- snapshotBy Mark Galeotti -October 30, 2014The conflict in eastern Ukraine has an invisible but pivotal dimension: intelligence. On this front, both Ukraine and the West are scrambling to counter Russia's vast advantage.
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- snapshotBy Gilbert Rozman -October 29, 2014Moscow and Beijing have disagreements about the future order they envision for their regions. But they agree that the geopolitical order of the East should be in opposition to that of the West—and that has led to significantly closer bilateral relations.
- snapshotBy Joshua R. Itzkowitz Shifrinson -October 29, 2014Russian leaders often claim the United States reneged on a promise not to expand NATO after the Cold War. They aren't lying: although Washington never put a pledge in writing, U.S. officials worked hard to convince Moscow that NATO wouldn't move east. And in international politics, informal commitments count.
- newsOctober 28, 2014Foreign Affairs Publisher Lynda Hammes was recognized on October 21st as part of the FOLIO: 100, an honor acknowledging the most influential media professionals of the year.
- snapshotBy Paul Gillis -October 28, 2014In September, Alibaba Group launched the largest IPO in history, raising $25 billion from investors keen to own a slice of China’s most successful e-commerce company. For the moment, the potential for vast wealth overrode concerns about the unusual corporate structure and governance practices of Alibaba and firms like it. Maybe it shouldn’t have.