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      • Are your clients ready for 2018's biggest risks?
      • As cities get smarter, hackers become more dangerous: This could stop them
      • A Scorecard For The Fall Of Venezuela's Strongman
      • Assessing Putin's election win
      • Barcelona attack extremism in Spain
      • Britain’s ‘firm’ commitment to Iran deal not seen breaking Gulf ties
      • British Sanctions Against Russia More Threat Than Harm
      • Business Risk in Africa: Old Problems vs. New Challenges
      • China's changes to term limits can raise risks longer term
      • China’s great leap outward
      • China’s new cyber security law is worryingly vague
      • Chinese politics, North Korea: the economic dark clouds to watch for in 2018
      • Control Risks CEO sees N. Korea driving G-20 agenda
      • Difficult to see North Korea dialogue working
      • 'The era of strategic patience with North Korea is over'
      • Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar threatens Chinese investments. Beijing is taking action
      • First look at Australia’s proposed new anti-bribery law
      • For Businesses in Russia, the ‘Kremlin List’ Provides Few Answers
      • Geo-political and cyber top risks in 2018
      • Ghana is 'about to have an oil boom'
      • Global risk landscape: Understanding the impact on East Africa
      • India's Top Court Split as Spotlight Falls on Chief Justice
      • Just the Facts
      • La detención del exlíder de las FARC Jesús Santrich tensa el proceso de paz en Colombia
      • Leading the Charge: China's Electric Vehicle Market
      • Lula’s plight gives Brazil’s centre-right election boost
      • Manchester blast: ‘Response has to be measured, careful’
      • Marito pode vencer eleição no Paraguai, mas não terá vida fácil com Lugo
      • Mozambique's Gas-Rich North Faces Specter of Further Attacks
      • The top risks for Africa and the world in 2018
      • Nigeria's President Buhari to run for election next year, markets aren't so happy
      • Pentagon handed out fitness devices to soldiers
      • Political risk in the Gulf Cooperation Council
      • Qualcomm May Be Collateral Damage in a U.S.-China Trade War
      • Risky Business: What the industry can expect in 2018
      • Small countries’ new weapon against goliaths: hacking
      • South Africa's new leadership has started well
      • SPD CDU coalition will be business friendly
      • SPD, CDU coalition will be business friendly
      • Startup central biggest cyber attack in the world - WannaCry
      • The albatross of Brexit over Britain
      • The Murky Mechanics of Russia’s Governor Reshuffle
      • Trump to agree to new Russia sanctions but impact will be minimal, analysts predict
      • Trump to agree to new Russia sanctions but impact will be minimal, analysts predict
      • Unrest incidents in Kenya up as elections approach
      • Venezuela arrests two Chevron executives amid oil purge
      • What will be the influence of China mind share in 2018
      • Why Security Should Be A Strategic Priority For Companies In Brazil
      • Why The US Sanctions On Russia Will Create A Deadlock Over Ukraine
      • Xi Buys Time With Trump as Tensions Loom Over North Korea Threat
      • Xi Jinping’s New Watchdog
      • Year ahead promises a buoyant global economy, uncertainty and confusion
    • Press Releases
      • Business travellers increasingly vulnerable to data theft
      • Control Risks and APL Logistics join forces in Supply Chain Risk Management partnership
      • Control Risks appoints new Chair
      • Control Risks appoints two senior leaders to its business in India
      • Demand for travel security advice increases
      • Global maritime security incidents continue to decline but new threats emerge
      • Hong Kong financial sector rehearses its readiness and response to escalating threat of cyber and terror attacks
      • Maritime Risk 2016 in Review
      • RiskMap 2017
      • RiskMap 2018
      • Surge in offshore abductions
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