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The four furies of geopolitics: asymmetric threats

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The four furies of geopolitics: asymmetric threats


In this video series we explore the four furies of geopolitics that will impact the business environment in the coming years. Control Risks’ Jonathan Wood examines the key macro trends and changing dynamics that make the world a less certain and more complex place for businesses to operate in. In this final edition of our four furies video series, Jonathan discusses connected asymmetric threats.

 

This video will cover: 
    • How militant groups are connected to each other, the internet and global commons
    • How the threat to many businesses is increasingly indirect
    • The lowering of barriers to extremist participation and entry 

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