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  • Guatemala: Poll heralds victory for ‘outsider’ in presidential election second round
  • Tajikistan: Shooting incidents not indicative of broader deterioration in security environment
  • Bulgaria: Thwarted reform bills indicate continuing corruption, increasing tensions within governing coalition
  • Cameroon: Twin suicide bombings underscore HIGH terrorism risk in Extreme North region
  • China: Trade groups’ separation from government will not eliminate scope for lobbying against foreign firms
  • Hungary: Migration crisis to continue to dominate security, political environment in near term
  • Egypt: Bomb attack targeting peacekeeping troops highlights HIGH security threat posed by militancy in North Sinai
  • Yemen: IS’s claim of responsibility for bombings at Shia mosque underline Sunni militants’ increasing involvement in civil conflict
  • Zimbabwe: Arrest of minister reflects ruling party infighting rather than genuine anti-corruption efforts
  • Mozambique: Establishment of opposition military barracks highlights growing influence of Renamo hardline faction
  • Syria: Latakia car bombing points to change in rebels’ tactics following government’s reduced presence in north-west
  • Kenya: Police reshuffle unlikely to significantly increase capacity to improve security situation
  • Bolivia: Regulatory framework to remain largely unchanged despite proposed hydrocarbons fund
  • Chile: Calls for suspension of reform proposals unlikely to undermine political stability
  • Indonesia: Party, personnel changes boost president’s authority in legislative, anti-corruption efforts

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