June 27, 2018
In this Control Risks podcast we hear from Eduardo Arcos, one of the firm's political risk analysts covering Mexico.
Mexican voters head to the polls on July 1 in what will be a watershed election for the country during a critical political and economic juncture. Eduardo dials in from Mexico City to discuss the outlook for Sunday's vote and what investors should really expect from the likely victory of leftist candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO).
February 25, 2017
In this edition of the RiskMap podcast, hosted by Charles Hecker and Maria Knapp, we discuss the African countries who are vying to build the continent’s first Dubai-like megahub; US-EU and NATO relations in the wake of the Munich Security Conference; and the outlook for Brazil and Argentina as they liberalize their economies.
April 9, 2014
Chinese leader Xi Jinping's recent first
tour of Europe concluded with a speech in which he said that he had come to build
a bridge across the Eurasian continent and reiterated China's desire for a
free-trade deal with the EU. Whilst there has been some improvement in relations
recently with agreement on trade disputes relating to solar panels and access
to the telecommunications sector, in this podcast, Jonathan Friedman, Europe security and political risk analyst for Control Risks assesses the prospects for further agreements on trade.
About the presenter
Jonathan is the lead political analyst for the EU and Turkey at Control Risks, where he advises private clients on political, operational and security risks in the region.
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