FPRI Infographics

FPRI Infographic Despite decades of achievements, FPRI acts like a start-up company born a day ago – developing new products and services, experimenting with new formats. FPRI Infographics* are one such format. On this page, you will find a compilation of both static and interactive infographics produced on a wide array of topics covered by FPRI.

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Tsai Ing-wen’s Presidential Platform

September 30, 2016 · Travis Travis

. Tsai must be pragmatic and diplomatic in order to get the results she hopes to achieve. Taking office in a tense political atmosphere, the new president must maintain the status quo with China if she hopes to initiate ...

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The Post 9/11 Middle East from a Foreign Policy Perspective

October 15, 2015 · Tally Helfont

Much has been said about a perceived steady decline of U.S. influence in the Middle East, and American weakness in the world more generally. Though there is some truth to the assertion that the United States’ ability to project ...

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Electoral Systems in the Middle East and Beyond

October 6, 2015 · Tamar Friedman Wilson

An FPRI Interactive Infographic & Country Study Resource The “Electoral Systems” project is an educational resource with a two-pronged purpose: to give a general overview of electoral processes, and to provide country specific examples in the Middle East demonstrating the ...

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Israel and the Arab Gulf States: Strategic Relationships

August 7, 2015 · Edyt Dickstein

This infographic was created to illustrate the strategic relationship between Israel and the Arab Gulf States, categorizing and explaining the major areas of interaction between the two under three subcategories: Political, Military, and Economic. . All items glowing in gray are clickable and link to ...

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A Quick Guide to the Foreign Policy Views of the Republican Presidential Candidates

July 15, 2015 · Brandon George Whitehill

At a Glance As of this writing, sixteen candidates are formally running for the nomination of the Republican Party for the presidency of the United States. Our purpose here is modest: to report on the foreign policy views of ...

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