The final debate between the US presidential candidates has not changed the likely result, but as Michael Moran reflects in this podcast, the lame duck period, a Clinton presidency and the recasting of American politics are all to come.
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 the issues facing NATO amid increasing geopolitical uncertainty, the political and economic outlook for Myanmar, and the United States' perspective on Brexit.
Low-scale conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh has persisted since the 1994 ceasefire. A flare-up at the beginning of April again focussed attention on the issue, but this time, regional tensions are higher and Azerbaijan has become a significant transit point for oil and gas. Control Risks’ Global Research Director Charles Hecker talks to Anna Walker, Associate Director for Europe.
A referendum on President Morales in Bolivia, a new round of Afghan peace talks and Jordan’s King Abdullah visits Washington.
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.
In this podcast, Stephanie Lhomme, Director for Europe and Africa in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence business examines how resilience - a term that originated in psychology - can be understood in an organisational context.
Iran faces a deadline to disclose military dimensions of past nuclear activities; the Trans Pacific Partnership faces domestic challenges; and a pair of elections in West Africa. Hosted by Charles Hecker and Michael Moran.