• Zimbabwe: Proposed public-sector cuts point to senior cabinet support for economic reform
  • Direct Action: US Arctic drilling protest highlights targeting of support vessels
  • Saudi Arabia: Accord with Egypt reflects kingdom’s concerns over Iranian influence as Yemeni Shia group conducts clashes on border
  • Burundi: Security situation likely to deteriorate further following killing of prominent general
  • Italy: VAT fraud investigation underlines array of organised crime activities, continuing anti-corruption efforts
  • South Africa: Opposition leader’s fraud trial unlikely to reduce populist challenge facing ruling party
  • Finland: Far-right riots, arrests highlight limited risk of incidental damage; extremist movement remains weak
  • Turkey: Attacks on railway lines indicate shift in militant tactics to target transport infrastructure
  • Kenya: Progress of efforts to combat corruption to remain slow despite agreement with US government
  • Iraq: Terrorism risk in KR remains MEDIUM despite US consulate warning in Erbil
  • Malaysia: Prime minister’s removal remains likely as political crisis deepens
  • Venezuela: Non-payment risk to continue rising despite commencement of production at country’s biggest gas field
  • Venezuela: Supermarket lootings highlight increased likelihood of social unrest in pre-election season
  • Brazil: Security concerns to persist despite drop in crime rates in São Paulo state
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE): Referral of alleged militants to federal court not indicative of heightened terrorism threat
  • Malaysia: Government crackdown on dissent likely to drive protests, continued political instability

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  • Al-Qaeda Gets a Chance to Try Governing Under Cover of Yemen War

    Tuesday, July 21, 2015 - ...of sympathy, said Patricia Letayf, an analyst at research company Control Risks in Dubai. Instead of being stigmatized as a terrorist group,...


  • Argentinian elections heat up as resource sectors offer country platform for recovery

    Friday, July 17, 2015 - the candidate to succeed President [Cristina] Fernandez, Control Risks senior analyst Americas Thomaz Favaro told Mining Weekly Online. Mauricio......


  • Congo's move to regulate oil sector seen opening door to graft

    Friday, July 17, 2015 - ...before the president signs the law. Christoph Wille, Congo analyst at Control Risks, said the code, as well as the general confusion around its......


  • Traders along Dubai Creek optimistic after Iran deal

    Thursday, July 16, 2015 - ...will get better, they said. Henry Smith, associate director at Control Risks, a political risk consultancy, said in a statement on Tuesday that......


  • Greece Might Have to Go to Elections This Year: Lea

    Thursday, July 16, 2015 - Greece Might Have to Go to Elections This Year: Lea Control Risks Senior Analyst for Europe David Lea discusses the Greek bailout package, the......


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