In this special edition of the RiskMap podcast, Control Risks CEO Richard Fenning explains the shifting nature of risk in 2017 and how global businesses should adapt. Rose Bernard tells us about data nationalism, the emerging turf war over cyber-regulation, and how it is going to make life very difficult for companies. Finally, Glen Ransom takes us deep into Iraq after the offensive on Mosul. IS may be gone, but old divisions are being renewed.
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 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.
Coinciding with the release of Control Risks’ annual RiskMap report, this episode of the RiskMap podcast reviews the major themes in the report: diverging interests between national governments and international businesses, heightened animosity between nations, and the growing frequency and magnitude of crises on a global scale. Michael Moran and Charles Hecker host.
The coming weeks will see an election in Libya, trade talks between the United States and European Union, and a “Three Amigos” summit in North America tempered by Mexico’s energy reforms.
The inaugural edition of Control Risks' fortnightly look at business risks in the week ahead. In this episode, security at the Olympics, naval tensions in the Pacific, and a new head of the US Federal Reserve.