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  • Ukraine: Security risk rating for eastern regions increased to reflect greater likelihood of Russian invasion
  • Portugal: Bond issue confirms improved prospects for stability ahead of bailout programme’s end
  • Slovakia: Allegations of state officials’ involvement in tax fraud highlights threat from corruption, economic crime
  • Armenia: Trade, diplomatic relations with Turkey unlikely to normalise despite conciliatory rhetoric
  • Colombia: Scenarios: President's re-election sees political continuity, security improvements
  • Lebanon: Parliament’s failure to elect president reflects political showmanship; consensus candidate likely, despite divisions
  • South Sudan: Security risk rating for Jonglei, Unity and Upper Nile states raised to EXTREME in light of continued fighting, stalled peace talks
  • Palestinian Territories: Prospects for implementation of unity agreement between Hamas, PLO remain highly uncertain
  • Afghanistan: Gun attack in hospital in capital underscores threat to foreign nationals
  • Kenya: Car bomb in capital demonstrates increasing sophistication of Islamist militant attacks
  • India: Incoming government likely to keep most sectors open to FDI
  • Mozambique: Opposition disarmament unlikely before expiry of electoral registration deadline
  • Bangladesh: Cases against former prime minister highlight concerns over corruption, judicial independence
  • Argentina: Launch of opposition coalition indicates declining support for government
  • Mexico: Anti-telecoms reform protests likely to continue as Senate prepares to resume debate of controversial law
  • New Caledonia (France): Congressional elections unlikely to result in violence

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