The Political Intelligence Zone is a "stand alone" website within the CountryWatch suite of online products focused
on providing detailed information and analysis about major political events unfolding in various countries across the world.
The foundation of this website is the Political Intelligence Briefing -- a report on significant political developments across
the international spectrum. Written by CountryWatch's editor on a weekly basis, the Political Intelligence Briefing offers a rich
tapestry of dynamic and in-depth international coverage, which is intended to inform CountryWatch users of the complex geopolitical
events evolving in the world. Included in the Political Intelligence Briefing is the Featured Country, which highlights a key
current issue unfolding on the international scene. An archive of past editions of the Political Intelligence Briefings, along
with a database of individual articles, known as the Political Intelligence Wire, are provided as a courtesy to clients.
Finally, a collection of individual Country Profiles, providing background data on each country, is included in the Political
Intelligence Zone, for the convenience of clients.
Dr. Denise Youngblood Coleman
, Editor in Chief, www.countrywatch.com
Political Intelligence Briefing
The ”Featured Country" is United States. The "National Spotlight" focuses on the United States. The section titled "International Relations" looks at the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany. The section titled "in the News" covers Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and United States. The "Hot International Stories" looks at Yemen, Israel, West Bank and Gaza, Afghanistan, and United States. The section titled "Government and Politics" looks at Germany and United Kingdom. Included in the coverage of the "Elections Update" are: Iraq, Sweden, Maldives, Latvia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cameroon, Vietnam, Brazil, United States, Madagascar, and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). For more information about events in the world, please see other CountryWatch products. See "Election Central" for international election coverage. See the "CountryWatch News Wire" for the latest developments across the world. See the "Global Guide" for coverage of the most challenging issues on the international scene.