RiskMap Podcast: Saudi Arabia, Ecuador, & Cameroon

May 1, 2017

In this May 1, 2017 edition of the RiskMap Podcast, Control Risks' analysts around the globe discuss the progress of Saudi Vision 2030 and a recent government reshuffle; what the election of leftist president Lenin Moreno means for Ecuador and the business environment; and a 3-month internet shutdown in Cameroon amid protests that have exposed deep divisions in a country that has long been stable. 


A Trump presidency and Saudi Arabia (Arabic language)

December 14, 2016

How will US President-elect Donald Trump deal with Saudi Arabia once he enters the White House? How will the long standing relationship between the US and Saudi Arabia be affected and how does the Kingdom view the prospect of President Donald Trump?


RiskMap Podcast: Saudi economic reforms, the long-term outlook for Brazil, and legal uncertainty in Poland

May 13, 2016

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.


A testing time for US Saudi relations

April 29, 2016

After President Barack Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia, Control Risks head of analysis for the Middle East, Gala Riani, discusses the state of relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia with Michael Moran in New York and Graham Griffiths in Dubai.