Covid-19 might not have gone away, but societies had been learning to live with the virus. The pandemic is becoming endemic. Airmic and Control Risks revisit the issues surrounding pandemic crisis management and the future.
The Control Risks 2022 Global Risk Survey asked organisations which risks will shape their strategy this year. The Survey, completed by our clients and LinkedIn followers, asked about issues ranging from cyber and digital threats, the impact of Covid, and the priority of ESG issues.
The Russian-led CSTO arrived in Kazakhstan to assist with what President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has described as a terrorist threat from protesters. We examine the security, operational and political implications.
Amid increasing concerns over the erosion of democracy, corruption and organized crime in Central America, the US has intensified its sanctions regime against the region. In response, Control Risks has published a report on sanctions risk in Central America.
Control Risks and Microsoft Anti-Corruption Technology and Solutions (ACTS) are partnering to mobilise the power of data to support anti-corruption efforts and restore funds to their intended purposes.
One of the most pressing and divisive issues at COP26 was climate finance. We consider what the summit and the broader global climate change agenda means for Africa.
As the vaccine rollout proceeds at varying paces across the globe, organisations find themselves in different and sometimes multiple stages of the crisis management lifecycle. Remaining agile, forward-thinking and empathetic are all essential for a successful outcome.
The crisis at the Belarus-Poland border has been simmering for weeks. Thousands of people seeking to migrate to the EU are stranded between the two countries. We look at the origins of the crisis and its likely trajectory.