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      • 2 polarizing populists vie in Peru’s presidential runoff
      • 2020: economic stress will amplify fractures in global stability
      • A country-by-country analysis of anti-corruption efforts in Latin America
      • Argentina: Post-pandemic Geopolitics
      • Argentina freezes prices on staples from rice to milk
      • As America girds for coronavirus lockdown, China’s experience offers hope
      • Assessing Risks for Corporate Customers Throughout Central America and the Caribbean
      • Asset Protection Teams Have Important but Finite Window to Demonstrate Value
      • Beware The Global Anger Pandemic
      • Biden seeks closer ties with Japan as the U.S. prepares to challenge China
      • Bolivia vote suggests pandemic may fuel populism in Latin America
      • Boris Johnson to pursue his preferred Brexit strategy more aggressively now he has majority office, says risk consultant
      • Brazil Passes U.K. With Third-Most Coronavirus Cases Globally
      • Brazil’s São Paulo State Resumes Infrastructure Bids Worth $1.3 Billion
      • Brazil-US turbulence ahead in case of Biden victory
      • Business in the Time of Coronavirus: Navigating a Pandemic
      • Can President AMLO's National Guard tame violence in Mexico?
      • China-India border clash stokes contrasting domestic responses
      • China’s cybersecurity has improved but risk of financial malware still high
      • China's defense spending is growing more slowly. But that doesn't mean military tensions are easing
      • China’s new cybersecurity rules could hit foreign service providers
      • China will ‘chip away’ at Taiwan’s allies to isolate it globally: Analyst
      • Chinese tech giants face mounting pressure from the US government – will Baidu, Alibaba be next to get hit?
      • Cities, states and businesses brace for election unrest in US
      • Brexit: Risk experts fear violent consequences of a no-deal E. U. withdrawal
      • Colombian oil sector may not recover from crisis
      • Communication Tips for times of rapid change
      • Companies Should Examine Their Troubled Pasts – Before Courts Do It for Them
      • Companies will be hit harder by supply chains disruption than during Sars outbreak
      • Compliance Perspectives: Combating Corruption
      • Congo leader boosts influence with new constitutional court judges
      • Control Risks – Navigating the ESG Ecosystem
      • Control Risks' Chamorro on the Top Risks Facing Businesses in 2020
      • Control Risks on Africa’s risk outlook in 2020
      • Control Risks’ Top 5 Business Risks in 2020
      • Coronavirus: countries move to shield companies from foreign acquisition, especially by China
      • Coronavirus Threatens Anti-Corruption Progress in Parts of Latin America
      • Corporate risk strategies shift as civil unrest rises
      • Corporate purpose evolves to meet the age of the new wave
      • Corte de apelaciones reduce pena de Lula por corrupción
      • Could the Coronavirus Topple Nicolas Maduro's Regime in Venezuela?
      • Countering Violent Extremism with Farah Pandith
      • COVID-19 And Latin America: A Political Risk Tsunami In The Making?
      • COVID-19 and Latin America’s Energy Sector: Today, Tomorrow and Beyond the Crisis
      • COVID-19 will “enhance protectionism” - Control Risks
      • Criminals Eye Stalled Supply Chains for Weak Links
      • Cuestión de Poder
      • Cybersecurity and Dam Safety
      • Dam Disaster Forces Bolsonaro into Environmental Rethink
      • Data Illustrates Magnitude Of Haiti’s Kidnap-For-Ransom Crisis
      • Deadly Jakarta Riots Revive Fears of Sectarian Violence
      • Despite Political Will in the U.S., Tougher Russian Sanctions Seem Unlikely... For Now
      • Developing a data analytics-enabled compliance program for the real world
      • Does Apple's boss have a Plan B in China?
      • EIC2021 Compliance Consultant of the Year: VANTAGE
      • Election Season in East Africa Brings Security Concerns
      • Election Budget = goodies galore? Don't hold your breath
      • Endeavour pivots to exploration to shake 'M&A junkie' image after deal spree
      • ¿Esta Venezuela más cerca del caos?
      • Everbridge unveils COVID-19 'Return to work' software solution to improve employee safty
      • Taiwan’s opposition party will soon name a presidential candidate. China is watching
      • Everything you need to know about the G20 summit
      • Exclusive: Facing U.S. sanctions, Venezuela offers suppliers payment in Chinese yuan - sources
      • Fast track: Indonesia, Malaysia rail projects may give China more deals
      • For business, China’s virus fans fear and uncertainty
      • Geopolitical risks are a growing concern for boards Airmic
      • Geopolitics, activism among top business risks in 2020
      • Getting real
      • Going down: Brazil economic woes hit stocks, currency
      • Gold miners keep operating in Mali despite coup
      • Grief, outrage after shooting kills pregnant Brazilian woman
      • Gulf of Guinea kidnappings overlooked as tally edges higher
      • Has Narendra Modi ended dynastic politics in India?
      • How Bali Escaped Being Virus Hot Spot With Local Traditions
      • How Indonesia's president has tried to claw back voter support in Muslim heartland
      • How Will Putin’s Reforms Pan Out for Russian Business?
      • India Elections: What to expect under Modi 2.0
      • India’s Modi wins landslide re-election victory
      • Indonesia Extends Partial Lockdown in Capital to Curb Virus
      • Indonesian Former General Fires Up Masses in Second Run at Presidency
      • Indonesia's democracy is one that is 'growing up': Analyst
      • In Malaysia, It's Out With the New, in With the Old
      • Insurance role in mitigating climate change
      • Iraq seen 'collateral damage' to Saudi-led oil price war and it couldn't be at worst time
      • Iraq seen struggling to invest $10 bil to wean itself off Iranian gas and electricity imports
      • Iraq's KRG delays oil payments with cash stuck in Lebanese bank: sources
      • Is business the 'path to peace' in the Middle East?
      • Israel maritime talks are 'credit positive' for Lebanon but economy running out of time
      • Is your crisis management plan good enough?
      • Jokowi Claims Win in Indonesia Vote as Challenger Disputes Tally
      • Key takeaways from the second Belt and Road Forum
      • Kidnap capital Mexico eyes biometric phone registry, sparking privacy fears
      • Pese al optimismo moderado, crisis en Venezuela se mantendrá por lo menos este año
      • La detención del exlíder de las FARC Jesús Santrich tensa el proceso de paz en Colombia
      • Latin American nations' capacity to fight graft weakened - report
      • Limited amount of progress at North Korea-US meeting will be success
      • Look Back 2019: Jokowi's win shows Indonesians support moderate views
      • Lula’s plight gives Brazil’s centre-right election boost
      • Making sense of resilience in a shifting global environment
      • Malaysia’s sex-video scandal pits Anwar against Azmin – but Mahathir is the big winner
      • Malware attack worms its way through global networks
      • Manage your risks so you don't have to manage a crisis
      • M&A Fever Has Yet to Break in the Gulf
      • Maritime crime in Mexico on the rise
      • Marito pode vencer eleição no Paraguai, mas não terá vida fácil com Lugo
      • Microsoft fixes malicious GIF glitch that could have compromised corporate Teams accounts
      • Minería en Chile: regreso al futuro
      • Mining post COVID-19 in Latin America: Looking to the past to understand the future
      • Mining in times of coronavirus: The struggle for survival
      • Mit dem Krypto-Trick wagt Venezuela ein Jahrhundert-Experiment
      • Modi Flicks Populist Switch as Tight India Election Draws Closer
      • Modi is both an economic modernizer and a populist, expert says
      • Modi should prioritise policy predictability over reforms
      • Mozambique Opposition Leader's Death Risks Stalling Peace Accord
      • Mozambique's Gas-Rich North Faces Specter of Further Attacks
      • Myanmar coup tests Biden’s ability to work with allies in Asia, where China’s influence is growing
      • Myanmar next stop in China-Japan rivalry as frontier market opens doors to yuan and yen payments
      • Navigating West Africa’s risk landscape in 2020
      • New measures do not contribute directly to China growth rate
      • New OPEC President Starts With a Disadvantage: He’s From Venezuela
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      • The top risks for Africa and the world in 2018
      • Nigerian President Buhari sworn in for second term
      • Nigeria s disputed elections may become choice between bad and worse amid oil sabotage
      • Nigeria's President Buhari to run for election next year, markets aren't so happy
      • No one is really taking investment out of China, expert says
      • Violent Papua Protests Undermine Jokowi's Charm Offensive
      • North Korea’s nuclear issue is ‘unresolvable’: Control Risks
      • One-Man Crusades Against Corruption in Latin America Aren’t Working
      • One Trader Is Behind 32 Million Barrels of Venezuelan Oil Deals
      • Opportunities Abound In Latin America For Distressed Asset Investors
      • Pacote mostra governo argentino preocupado em vencer a eleição
      • Panama: Ready To Recover
      • Pentagon handed out fitness devices to soldiers
      • Peru Signals Leftist Revival Will Spread Across Latin America
      • Peru's Ex-President Dies in Suicide as Police Raid His Home
      • Political analyst at Control Risks Thomas Favaro on Brazil's handling of the COVID-19 outbreak
      • Pope Francis Prepares to Visit Iraq, Despite Covid-19 and Security Fears
      • Poverty in Argentina reaches 40.9% of the population in the first half
      • Poverty, Inequality in Thailand on the Rise, World Bank Says
      • Pragmatism to prevail in Brazil's ties with China
      • Presidente electo de Colombia enfrenta el reto de unir un país fracturado
      • Presidente eleito da Colômbia enfrentará desafios com paz e economia em país dividido
      • Presidential election campaign the number one geopolitical risk for 2020, analyst says
      • President Xi had a ‘real challenge’ managing China’s coronavirus crisis, says analyst
      • Pressure mounting to adopt ‘nuclear option’ against economies of authoritarian regimes
      • Protecting the Dots
      • Protesters in Myanmar Appeal to China to Withdraw Junta Support
      • Protests Against India s Citizenship Law Risk Spooking Investors Away
      • Putin Is Keeping the West Guessing and That’s Just Fine With Him
      • Putin’s Once-Scorned Vaccine Now Favorite in Pandemic Fight
      • Qatar Emir Snubs Saudi Summit Invite as Gulf Rift Festers
      • Qualcomm May Be Collateral Damage in a U.S.-China Trade War
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      • Reforma previsional de Bolsonaro consigue su primera victoria en el Congreso
      • Reformas y relación con el Congreso: lo que viene en Brasil
      • Remote workers suffer from loneliness and isolationism as the pandemic in the U.S. drags on
      • Return to work software aims to help organisations manage their recovery phase
      • Rich and famous turn to personal cyber security to protect phones
      • Risk of large protests and violence in Myanmar is ‘very real,’ says analyst
      • Risk of India-Pakistan war may hang on the fate of downed pilot
      • Risky Business: What the industry can expect in 2018
      • Russia’s Anti-Monopoly Law – A Primary Consideration for International Pharmaceutical Companies Operating in Russia
      • S-400: India missile defense purchase in US-Russia crosshairs
      • Samsung and other South Korean companies exodus from China sets an example to Western firms
      • Sanctions against Russia: Practical Issues for International Business
      • Sanctions compliance & enforcement
      • Security Support During the US Election
      • Singapore's Cabinet reshuffle: Field remains open for 4G leadership, say observers
      • Six common pitfalls and blind spots to avoid when creating compliant organizations
      • Some Form of Retaliation From Iran Expected, Control Risks Says
      • Souring Deals Put China's Belt and Road Dreams Under Pressure
      • South Africa’s Eskom bailout to reach $4.9bn
      • South Africa's new leadership has started well
      • Spotlight on ASEAN - Re-opening the economy
      • Sri Lanka attacks likely the work of Islamist militants - experts
      • Standoff in Algeria: who will blink first?
      • Taiwan’s pro-growth policy to continue after Tsai election win as supply chains shift in US-China trade war
      • Thailand's Richest Family Is Getting Richer Helping China
      • The 2021 Global Leaders in Consulting: Michele Wiener
      • The Ever Given Crew Are Still Stuck at Sea
      • The Rise of esports
      • The Impacts of Crime in Latin America Part Two
      • The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is shipping at risk from Iran?
      • The Man Holding Brazil Together Is Not Jair Bolsonaro
      • The odds of Najib landing in jail are 'quite high': Control Risks
      • The role of contingency planning during the coronavirus outbreak
      • The trade war is 'just too useful' for Trump: Control Risks
      • The UK comes out looking quite good out of Trump’s meeting: Partner
      • The view from Shanghai on the phase one trade deal
      • Thousands Fired From $30 Billion Bangladesh Garment Sector
      • Three Possible Scenarios for Life After Coronavirus in Russia
      • Three Ways To Support Management Post-Crisis
      • Top takeaways from GTR Mena 2021
      • Top Business Risks for 2019
      • Transitioning from CFIUS pilot program to full FIRRMA implementation
      • Trump and Jong-Un Sign Historic Agreement But Short on Details
      • Trump-Kim agreement draws backlash for lacking detail on denuclearization
      • Trump recevra Bolsonaro pour sceller leur alliance
      • Trumps says North Korea can be a 'great' economic power, but experts say it's uninvestable
      • Turkey launches ‘largest ever’ air raids against Kurdish fighters in Iraq
      • Turkish mobster's videos targeting top politicians draw millions of views
      • Unlike Xi, India’s Modi Avoids U.S. Wrath Over Protest Crackdown
      • U.S. retailers secure stores as worries about election unrest mount
      • US-China relationship in 'new normal' will be largely adversarial
      • U.S.-Iran Confrontation Unlikely
      • U.S. lags behind in global race for coronavirus supplies from China
      • U.S.-Russian Relations in the Time of COVID-19
      • Venezuela: Continúan las manifestaciones exigiendo una transición de gobierno
      • Venezuelan minister accuses Guaidó chief of staff of leading 'terrorist cell'
      • Volatility and Italian politics go hand in hand Control Risks
      • WEBCAST: The 2021 Capacity to Combat Corruption Index Launch
      • What Are Indian Prime Minister Modi's Priorities?
      • What matters most for global business in 2019?
      • What's caused the new flare-up between Serbia and Kosovo?
      • What to expect for the global economy in 2020
      • Why Kim Jong Un Might Not Want the Riches Trump Is Promising
      • Why the US China rivalry will not end with a trade deal
      • Why Trump and Kim would want another summit
      • Yemen Separatists Declare Self-Rule in Blow to Saudi Arabia
      • Zakir Naik: India seeks to extradite Islamic preacher in Malaysia
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      • Business travellers increasingly vulnerable to data theft
      • Control Risks and APL Logistics join forces in Supply Chain Risk Management partnership
      • Control Risks and Dataminr partner to offer a real-time risk monitoring tool: CORE+ Top Alerts
      • Control Risks and GAN Integrity join forces to create a new third-party due diligence solution: VANTAGE
      • Control Risks announces new e-discovery offering in Singapore
      • Control Risks appoints new Chair
      • Control Risks appoints two senior leaders to its business in India
      • Control Risks further expands its global eDiscovery capability with RelativityOne offering in Hong Kong
      • Control Risks further strengthens its leading Forensic Technology department
      • 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
      • Control Risks expands product recall consulting team in partnership with Hiscox
      • Control Risks Becomes RelativityOne Gold Partner, Expands Offering to Germany, Brazil
      • Control Risks zum RelativityOne Gold Partner ernannt Erweiterung der RelativityOne-Präsenz auf Deutschland und Brasilien
      • Control Risks torna-se Gold Partner da RelativityOne, expande oferta para o Brasil e Alemanha
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