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  • Turkey: Foreign minister’s appointment as prime minister to maintain continuity ahead of presidential switch
  • Rwanda: Arrest of former military chief highlights continued repression of internal dissent
  • Zambia: Mine worker protests in Chingola underscore persistent threat from labour unrest, anti-mining sentiment
  • China: Continued corruption crackdown underlines growing scrutiny in regulatory environment
  • Argentina: Offer to swap debt jurisdiction reduces likelihood of agreement with holdouts
  • Ukraine: Comprehensive peace agreement unlikely at forthcoming talks
  • Malaysia: Further sedition charges unlikely to halt opposition’s momentum
  • Panama: Drug trafficking poses limited direct security threat despite latest seizure
  • Peru: Congress’s failure to ratify new cabinet unlikely to lead to political crisis
  • Tajikistan: Criminal cases against opposition figures reflect pre-election positioning by authorities
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE): New counter-terrorism law reflects government concern over fallout from conflicts in Syria, Iraq
  • Benin: Cabinet reshuffle reflects president’s attempts to consolidate power ahead of elections
  • Lebanon: General strike highlights significant levels of public sector labour unrest, impact of political deadlock
  • Afghanistan: Taliban likely to continue making gains in northern provinces while political uncertainty persists
  • Sri Lanka: UN war crimes investigation highlights reputational, protest risks

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