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.
Belarus has found itself in an unprecedented political crisis since President Alexander Lukashenko on 9 August declared a victory in a highly contested election. As the key economic and political partner to Belarus, Russia will be critical in determining how developments play out from here.
When conducting business in Russia, multinational companies frequently focus on ensuring compliance with key anti-corruption laws and often overlook some of the more nuanced Russian laws and regulations like The Russian anti-monopoly law, Federal Law 135.
Could Germany elect a left-leaning government for the first time since 2005? The current strength of the CDU/CSU is largely due to approval of its response to COVID-19, but poll ratings for the CDU were previously at a historical low and recent gains could be reversed.
Foreign Secretary (foreign minister) Dominic Raab on 6 July announced the first list of individuals subject to sanctions under a new UK system.
The 13 August agreement brokered by the US between Israel and the UAE to move toward formal diplomatic relations brings into the open a regional realignment that has been progressing steadily in the background for years.