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.
President Volodymr Zelenskiy’s pledge to tackle corruption is facing its worst moment since he took office in May 2019. We examine the state of the reform agenda and the prospect of genuine changes in the business environment.
The UK has made the most significant overhaul to its foreign investment regime for decades. The National Security and Investment Bill (NSIB) changes the government's ability to review and intervene in mergers and acquisitions on national security grounds. Here's what you need to know.
The EU’s Green Deal aims for the EU’s economy and society to become climate neutral by 2050. We examine how an expected decline in the EU’s energy import dependency and gains in energy security are likely to alter relationships with key suppliers.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to trigger national and local restrictions across the Nordic region, the “new normal” appears to be here to stay. Businesses will need to adjust to a more permanently remote workforce and the challenges that entails – not least with regards to cyber security.
After an initial reluctance to intervene in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Russia finally succeeded in brokering a last-minute ceasefire deal. Yet the intervention may be too little and too late to prevent a major geopolitical realignment of the region.