Control Risks is an independent, global risk consultancy specialising in helping organisations manage political, integrity and security risks in complex and hostile environments. We support clients by providing strategic consultancy, expert analysis and in-depth investigations, handling sensitive political issues and providing practical on-the-ground protection and support.

Our unique combination of services, geographical reach and the trust our clients place in us ensure we can help them to effectively solve their problems and realise new opportunities across the world.

  • Sri Lanka: Opposition agrees on presidential candidate; violence likely during election campaign
  • Swaziland: Mineworkers’ strike unlikely to lead to labour unrest in other sectors
  • Yemen: Houthi gains increase regulatory, sovereign and contract risks
  • Romania: Opposition candidate’s presidential victory to reduce government stability, policy predictability
  • Colombia: Release of kidnapped soldiers underlines FARC’s commitment to peace negotiations
  • Serbia: Scenarios: Stable government prioritises fiscal, EU-required reforms
  • Moldova: Elections likely to result in pro-European government; violent unrest unlikely
  • El Salvador: Judicial deficiencies persist despite high-profile drug kingpin’s conviction
  • Afghanistan: Suicide bombing in capital confirms militants’ intent to launch continued anti-Western attacks
  • Egypt: Anti-terrorism law ensures continued crackdown on government’s foes, likely to prove counterproductive
  • Spain: Minister’s resignation brings government inaction over long-running corruption scandal into focus
  • China: Protests highlight continuing tensions over local environmental issues
  • Yemen: Pipeline attack, clashes in capital highlight difficulties facing government in quelling unrest
  • Djibouti: US travel warning underscores MEDIUM terrorism risk; attacks to remain infrequent
  • Mexico: Morelos protests against power infrastructure project underline continuing social threats
  • Philippines: Coal plants, mining face continued regulatory challenges
  • Indonesia: Clashes highlight sporadic low-intensity security risks from rivalries between security forces
  • International Business Issues: OPEC will not cut output at Vienna meeting

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