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  • Guinea: In-depth: Incumbent's likely victory at 11 October presidential poll to prompt widespread unrest
  • Belarus: Presidential election likely to result in comfortable victory for incumbent
  • Brazil: Court ruling to fuel impeachment demands, political uncertainty
  • Afghanistan: US likely to review troop drawdown plans because of increasing threats from militancy
  • Europe & CIS: Ruling on safe harbour principles likely to increase operational costs, legal uncertainty
  • Tunisia: Reported assassination attempt on parliamentarian underscores militant threat, socio-political tensions
  • Benin: Return of influential businessman highlights growing competition over presidential succession
  • Kosovo: Teargas protest in parliament highlights continuing high tensions despite agreement over Serb minority
  • Lebanon: Mortar attack near Ras Baalbek underlines persistent risk of spillover violence from Syria
  • Czech Republic: Seizure of illegal explosives highlights weak oversight, not indicative of increased security risks
  • Rwanda: Supreme Court ruling likely to pave way for incumbent’s re-election in 2017
  • Ukraine: Peace talks indicate positive dialogue with Russia but outcome likely to encounter domestic opposition
  • Sri Lanka: Jailing of soldiers unlikely to lead to international confidence in domestic war crimes inquiries
  • Cambodia: Labour unrest likely after unions reject proposed new minimum wage
  • Bolivia: Investigation into police officials highlights widespread corruption within security forces
  • Honduras: Designation of businessmen as drug traffickers highlights links between ruling class, organised crime
  • Venezuela: Scenarios: Economic downward spiral to increase uncertainty, political instability
  • Indonesia: Attempts to weaken anti-corruption body set to fail but clean governance drive likely to slow
  • Taiwan: Ruling party’s infighting suggests opposition likely to win presidential election in January
  • Malaysia: Government likely to ratify regional trade pact after key concessions

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