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  • Morocco: NGO’s legal threat against oil company highlights reputational, contract risks in Western Sahara
  • Nigeria: Delay in announcing cabinet to increase operational risks in coming month
  • Hungary: Anti-immigration protests, security incidents likely to remain limited despite signs of rising tensions
  • Lesotho: Regional inquiry into former army chief’s assassination unlikely to address underlying drivers of political violence
  • Sri Lanka: Shooting at government rally highlights potential for violence in run-up to elections
  • Uganda: President’s re-election bid to benefit from growing disarray among opposition parties
  • Ukraine: Clashes, casualties highlight limited prospects for progress during peace talks
  • Kosovo: Approval of new war crimes court amid international pressure likely to prompt protests
  • Iraq: Protests over provision of services highlight poor governance, potential for further unrest
  • India: Raising of foreign investment cap likely to lead to greater competition in insurance sector
  • Tunisia: Extension of state of emergency highlights militant threat, possible authoritarian drift
  • Yemen: Reported recapture of airbase to bolster anti-Houthi forces’ southern offensive
  • Libya: Clashes near Brega port highlight potential for incidental damage to commercial assets
  • Indonesia: Ongoing drought likely to pose operational, security threats in coming months
  • Chile: Fall in president’s approval ratings unlikely to undermine political stability
  • Brazil: Murder statistics highlight challenging security environment in north-east state
  • Belize: Robberies reflect persistent threat of violent crime in Belize City
  • China: Economic, political strains to persist but do not threaten short-term stability
  • Papua New Guinea: Ban on foreign consultants in government reflects tensions with Australia

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