- Chile: Commitment to solar power likely to lead to minor improvements to favourable regulatory environment
- Gabon: Violent protest crackdown in capital highlights rising threat of unrest around August election
- Libya: UN talks with head of regional Petroleum Facilities Guard, French soldiers’ deaths to drive increasing divisions
- Brazil: Testimony by electoral campaign aide to weaken case of suspended president
- Uzbekistan: Sentencing of citizens for alleged extremist links underscores authorities’ crackdown on radicalisation
- Ecuador: Bi-lateral anti-contraband efforts unlikely to prevent illegal cross-border activity
- Namibia: Power outages highlight issues caused by ageing infrastructure, dependence on South Africa
- United Arab Emirates (UAE): Additional changes to labour regulations will not add to regulatory, reputational risks
- Afghanistan: Kabul attack claimed by IS underscores threat to capital, religious minorities
- Nigeria: Inadequate electricity supply to sustain operational challenges, protests in urban centres
- Germany: Unrelated attacks do not indicate increased terrorism threat; likely to raise social tensions
- Slovakia: Persistent but slow improvement in crime rates underscores low threat to businesses, personnel
- Macedonia: Agreement on media, electoral reforms to unblock institutions, set stage for early elections
- Saudi Arabia: US embassy warning highlights underlying threat but does not signal shift in security environment
- Papua New Guinea: Scenarios: Prime minister likely to see off challenges but fiscal stability still elusive
- Malaysia: Potential anti-government protest to maintain uncertainty; minimal risks of disruption
- Myanmar: Release of population figures unlikely to result in large-scale protests, violence
- Papua New Guinea: Political instability to persist despite failure of no-confidence vote against prime minister
- Nauru: President’s re-election likely to result in further political uncertainty
Control Risks In The News
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European summer travel dented by attacks
Thursday, July 21, 2016 - ...on where they are going to go, David Lea, senior analyst at Control Risks in London told Gulf News. Summer is Europe s peak travel season with......
USA launches quiet diplomacy to ease South China Sea tensions
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - ...risk", said Andrew Gilholm, Managing Director, Greater China and North Asia of Control Risks. Duterte, who took office on June 30, has said he wants......
Kazakhstan declares terrorism alert after attacks kill five
Monday, July 18, 2016 - ...individuals to mount these attacks, Eimear O Casey, an analyst at Control Risks, said in an email. While the relatively amateur attacks don t......
Military coup has played into Erdogan's hands: Expert
Monday, July 18, 2016 - ...Erdogan's hands: Expert Charles Hecker, global research director at Control Risks, says the military coup will help Turkey's president Recep......
Turkey’s Military Coup Attempt Overthrows Tourism Revival Hopes
Sunday, July 17, 2016 - a London-based associate analyst for the European Union and Turkey at consultancy Control Risks, said by phone. "We are in the middle of the......
Turkish holidays cancelled after failed coup d’état
Sunday, July 17, 2016 - ...weaken the Turkey s security capabilities, Ali Sökmen, associate analyst at Control Risks in London, told Gulf News by phone on Sunday. The people......
Story of ‘terror twins’ absolute nonsense, says expert
Saturday, July 16, 2016 - ...the entire community. Jonathan Wood, director of global issues at Control Risks, a global risk and strategic consulting firm, said there was......
France Extends State of Emergency: Will It Do Anything?
Friday, July 15, 2016 - said David Lea, a senior Europe analyst at security consultancy firm Control Risks. " It reinforced the perception of security. But now people......
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