RiskMap Podcast: More pressure on Schengen; Nigeria’s currency woes and the start of the US primaries
In this edition we discuss Europe’s scrapping of the “first nation” asylum rule, Nigeria’s increasingly pressured currency and the imminent start of primary elections in the United States.
In this RiskMap 2016 podcast, a selection of our China analysts discuss what the Chinese government’s Made in China 2025 strategy means for foreign companies in the coming year.
After the Socialist Party of President Nicolas Maduro was heavily defeated in legislative elections, we hear from Control Risks Senior Analyst for Venezuela, Oliver Wack, on what this means for Venezuela and the businesses operating there.
In this podcast Stewart Bertram, Senior Manager, Control Risks’ Cyber Security Services, talks to one of our cyber crime specialists, Oliver Robinson, about the increasing threat that cyber criminals pose to mobile devices.
RiskMap Podcast: The US chairs the UN Security Council; fighting IS; the Paris climate change conference.
In the coming weeks, as the US chairs the UN Security Council, what hopes for a unified coalition against IS? And world leaders meet for the UN conference on climate change.
RiskMap Podcast: the G20 Summit, Catalonia and Spain’s election and Argentina’s presidential run-off
In the coming weeks, G20 leaders will meet in Turkey, Catalonia’s secessionist leanings will play into the Spanish election campaign and Argentinians will finally choose their next president.