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As we appear to have moved past the “contested US election” scenario, President-elect Joe Biden is quickly sketching out his transition plans for his forthcoming administration. Much has changed in the past four years, both within the US and elsewhere in the world, and an entirely new playbook is needed for US foreign policy, including engagement with Asia.
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As interest rates remain relatively low and financial liquidity levels remain high, investors with a higher risk appetite will continue to find increased opportunities with distressed assets. In Brazil, these have already reinvigorated the trend of M&As in Q3 of 2020.
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Joe Biden’s win in the US elections will likely usher in a new and less confrontational stage in US-Iran relations. While Biden is likely to re-enter the nuclear deal he will also seek an expanded agreement with Iran before he lifts all nuclear sanctions.
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.