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Stratfor's Scott Stewart on Obama's Strategy for Training Iraqi Troops

Up to now, the U.S. training has typically focused on Shiites and Kurds. "In many ways, it's a continuation of the same thing," said Scott Stewart, a terrorism and security analyst at the global intelligence firm Stratfor. "It's an expansion of the training, and in a logical direction with Sunnis."

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Bounties and the Hunt for International Terrorists

Stratfor's vice president of intelligence and former counterterrorism agent Fred Burton discusses the U.S. State Department's "Rewards for Justice" program he helped create in 1984, and how it's being used today to hunt down leaders of ISIS.

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Reva Bhalla on Geopolitical Hot Spots in Q2

Stratfor's Vice President of Global Analysis joined Bloomberg TV's "Bottom Line" program to discuss the Greek debt crisis, Russia's conflict with Ukraine, Iran nuclear negotiations and China's economic slowdown.

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Stratfor's Fred Burton on the Elevated Alert Level for U.S. Military Bases

"An overabundance of caution today in this kind of environment is certainly prudent but I think it's the new normal," Burton said. "The Islamic State or activists on the ground here would certainly view a military installation in any capacity as a high value target, but they would not succeed."

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Kamran Bokhari on Military Setbacks in Syria

“They have to hear from their leader that all is well,” Kamran Bokhari, an adviser for Middle Eastern and South Asian affairs at Texas-based consulting firm Stratfor, said. “If morale is sagging then you can expect more reversals on the battlefield. But it’s way too early to say that the regime is on a downward spiral."

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