• Myanmar: New population law likely to further entrench communal tensions, raise potential for violence
  • Turkmenistan: Proposed extension of presidential term to cement incumbent’s power, long-term political stability
  • Albania: Killings in centre of capital not indicative of increased security risks from organised criminal gangs
  • Iraq: Vehicle-bomb attacks demonstrate militants’ continued ability to target capital
  • Bangladesh: Push for oil, gas investment likely to bring moves to improve regulatory framework
  • Bahrain: Arrests highlight continuing concerns over Sunni militant activity
  • Moldova: Arrests of alleged extremists underline Moldovan transit route; terrorism risk rating unchanged
  • Argentina: Planned strike highlights persistent threat of labour unrest
  • Zambia: Lifting of civil servant wage freeze unlikely to prompt increase in sovereign risk
  • Pakistan: Unrest in Punjab over lawyers’ killing likely to dissipate in coming days
  • Philippines: Easing of limits on foreign corporate, land ownership gains momentum
  • China: Hong Kong protest activities likely to increase before legislators’ reform vote


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