RiskMap: Africa; US-EU security cooperation; Brazil and Argentina
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RiskMap Podcast: Building a Dubai in Africa; the future of US-EU security cooperation; Brazil & Argentina opening to trade
In this edition of the RiskMap podcast, hosted by Charles Hecker and Maria Knapp, we discuss the African countries who are vying to build the continent’s first Dubai-like megahub; US-EU and NATO relations in the wake of the Munich Security Conference; and the outlook for Brazil and Argentina as they liberalize their economies.
The human factor in data collection during complex investigations can be problematic. The data is only as good as the source, and can by open to manipulation. Our expert discusses his experiences in the field.
Control Risks Blog: on a recent trip to Tokyo, Charles Hecker found the Japanese to have a clear and present sense of geopolitical risk.
As the enforcement environment in the US is in the midst of uncertainty under a new administration, intensified by changing priorities in the DOJ, how should the compliance community navigate this unpredictable period for enforcement?
We discuss what the election of president Moon Jae-in means for South Korea and global politics; the likely outcome of the election in Iran; and what to expect from the G7 Summit.
Control Risks' analysts discuss the progress of Saudi Vision 2030 and a recent government reshuffle; what the election of leftist president Lenin Moreno means for Ecuador and a 3-month internet shutdown in Cameroon amid protests.