The final debate between the US presidential candidates has not changed the likely result, but as Michael Moran reflects in this podcast, the lame duck period, a Clinton presidency and the recasting of American politics are all to come.
In our look ahead at the coming weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss the outlook for Thailand after the passing of its long-reigning King Bhumibol; a constitutional referendum in Cote d'Ivoire; and what to expect in Colombia now that voters have rejected a historic peace deal.
RiskMap Podcast: Hungary votes on migration, Haiti’s presidential election, & an update on the BRICS
In this edition we discuss the EU's refugee crisis and Hungary's referendum on migration; the upcoming presidential election and potential for violence in Haiti; and the challenges facing the BRICS nations on the eve of their annual summit.
In this edition we discuss the state of leftist politics in Latin America following Dilma Rousseff's impeachment, parliamentary elections in Russia, and tensions between the Jordanian government and Muslim Brotherhood.
In this edition we discuss the implications of the historic peace deal in Colombia, Myanmar's security challenges, and what to expect from elections in Croatia.
RiskMap Podcast: The G20 Summit & free trade, Ukraine-Russia tensions, and Estonia’s presidential election
In this edition we discuss the G20 leaders summit and challenges to global free trade, the tensions mounting once again between Russia and Ukraine, and the impact of the upcoming presidential election in the Baltic, NATO-member nation of Estonia.
RiskMap Podcast: Political uncertainty in Thailand; Zambia’s elections; and Turkey after the coup attempt
In this edition, we discuss the impact of the Thai referendum, Zambia's challenging presidential election, and the outlook for business in Turkey following the attempted coup.
Russia’s government has been mulling over the idea of privatising some of its key enterprises. Hannah Lilley speaks to Nafez Zouk, Economist at Oxford Economics about why this is happening now, and its effects on business.
Talks aimed at bringing the war in Yemen to an end continue despite significant differences between the warring parties. In this Control Risks podcast, Marc Iskander and Graham Griffiths discuss the current state of affairs in Arabic.
Talks aimed at bringing the war in Yemen to an end continue despite significant differences between the warring parties. In this Control Risks podcast, Marc Iskander and Graham Griffiths discuss the current state of affairs.
Following the attempted coup in Turkey on 15 July, how will business be affected? What risks do organisations need to watch out for now that a state of emergency has been declared?
Control Risks' Turkey experts Ali Sokmen and Cagdas Cataltas discuss.
In this edition, we discuss NATO's plans, security challenges at Brazil's Olympics, and South Africa's political future.
The failed coup in Turkey came as a shock to most, but almost as dramatic has been the subsequent purge of the army, police, judiciary and teaching profession. What lies ahead for Turkey and its investors?