• Libya: Scenarios: Fight to control territory, resources leads to further deterioration in political, security, operational environments
  • Bolivia: Compensation agreement not indicative of improved business environment
  • Ukraine: Election-related political uncertainty to increase stability, regulatory risks
  • International Business Issues: International anti-bribery enforcement still languishing
  • Israel: Alleged terrorist attack involving crashed vehicle highlights elevated communal tensions in Jerusalem
  • Tunisia: Post-election coalition-building process likely to have greatest bearing on prospects for stability
  • Worldwide Terrorist Threats: In-depth: Latest English-language jihadist magazines unlikely to impact global terrorism threat environment
  • Nigeria: Localised violence likely around 25 October local elections in Delta state
  • Angola: Pressure on oil revenues to increase non-payment risk
  • Kazakhstan: Reshuffle of personnel reinforces position of trusted figures, highlights limited options
  • Bulgaria: Arrests of local, banking officials in forgery case underline growing threat to data security
  • Turkey: Attack on hydroelectric plant underlines continued threat to isolated sites in rural south-east
  • Tanzania: Threat of political unrest in major cities to remain elevated following announcement of referendum date
  • Iraq: Attacks on International Zone, civilians highlight high tempo of militant activity in capital
  • Japan: Cabinet resignations unlikely to threaten domestic, foreign relations stability
  • India: Explosion, arrests likely to add to communal tensions in Assam
  • Cambodia: Arrests of dissident group’s members do not suggest threat of organised insurgency


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