In this quarter's Geopolitical Outlook, Control Risks experts discuss the significance of middle power countries, which possess the ability to assume pivotal strategic roles both on the international and regional stage. Recognising their importance is essential to understanding the implications for global business.
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With more organisations seeing their business strategy and operations affected by geopolitical risk, there is a growing need to understand how these global trends could impact strategy, profitability, and operations.
At Control Risks, we help our clients comprehend these complex issues so they can better anticipate change, identify opportunities, manage risks and ultimately shape the future of their organisation. In our quarterly Geopolitical Outlook, our experts from across the globe share their views on the latest risks facing business, and what actions they can take to build organisational resilience. Read more below.
Nearshoring. Onshoring. Friendshoring. Reshoring. Whatever the concept is called, we are hearing increased calls from Western developed economies to bring economic activities closer to home.
Questions about military balances of power have been raised, and the global geopolitical order has been shattered. Our experts discuss what the near - and more distant- future could hold as the Ukraine conflict continues.
In this quarter’s edition, geopolitical experts Oksana Antonenko and Patrick Osgood discuss the actions that companies can take as they grapple with the consequences of extraordinary turbulence in the energy market.
Control Risks’ geopolitical risk expert Oksana Antonenko has participated in a number of high-level global dialogues in recent weeks and shares her observations with fellow geopolitical risk expert Jonathan Wood in an exclusive briefing note.