Egypt’s security environment following recent protests - an outlook for unrest and terrorism
- Middle East and North Africa
Egypt’s security environment - an outlook for unrest and terrorism
In our first episode of CORE In Focus, Andrew Freeman and Federico Saleri discuss what's next for businesses operating in Egypt in the coming month following protests in Cairo and ongoing attacks by local and IS militants.
Rejil Kumar Rajan analyses how changing technology is challenging traditional investigation methodology. He offers practical considerations organisations should focus on to apply and integrate technology more effectively in corporate investigations.
Parliament on 30 March approved the appointment of finance minister Philip Mpango as vice president. This comes days after Samia Suluhu was sworn in as president to serve until 2025, following the death of former president John Magufuli.
The arrest of Alexei Navalny has triggered some of the largest demonstrations under Putin, we assess the political outlook for Russia in 2021 as the country builds up to crucial legislative elections in September.
Competition over oil and gas resources in the eastern Mediterranean sea continues to roil tensions between long-time adversaries Israel and Lebanon.
Washington has signalled its intent to re-enter the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA – the nuclear deal), which is likely to lead to a lifting of US nuclear sanctions on Iran. However, its re- entry requires a diplomatic process that will be fraught with delays and challenges.