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?
In this edition we discuss the issues facing NATO amid increasing geopolitical uncertainty, the political and economic outlook for Myanmar, and the United States' perspective on Brexit.
In this edition we discuss Britain's vote in favor of leaving the EU; economic challenges and an upsurge in violence in Nigeria; and the new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.
In this edition we discuss the likelihood of the UK's departure from the EU; how Peru's presidential election could impact the business environment; and South Africa's economic troubles.
In our look ahead at the coming two weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss the economic and political crisis rocking Venezuela, the issue of aviation security and global terrorism, and India-US relations in light of Prime Minister Modi's visit to Washington.
RiskMap Podcast: Saudi economic reforms, the long-term outlook for Brazil, and legal uncertainty in Poland
In this edition we discuss the reforms Saudi Arabia is enacting amidst the downturn in global oil prices; the outlook for business in Brazil, where the president has been temporarily removed; and the controversy that is fueling massive protests in Poland.
RiskMap Podcast: North Korean saber rattling, the refugee crisis in Europe, and Puerto Rico’s default risk
In this edition of our look ahead at the coming two weeks in the global business landscape, we discuss the nuclear threat from North Korea, the sociopolitical tensions and supply chain risks at play in Europe's refugee crisis, and the potential global financial impact of Puerto Rico defaulting on its debt.