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Provocation on the Belarus-Poland border

The latest migrant crisis in Europe, initiated by Belarus on the Polish border, continues a growing trend of governments engineering such crises to force political concessions from neighbouring countries.

Top 4 Autumn City Breaks

Travel restrictions are being relaxed around the world, so dust off your passport and head out on an autumn city break.

Sudan: Is the coup a setback or the end?

Sudan appears set on becoming the new Egypt, with its recent coup, which has dealt a near-fatal blow to the country’s chances of establishing a democracy in the coming years.

Underrated natural hazards and their risks

Ahead of the 2021 United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, where many of these issues will be discussed, we would like to highlight the risks associated with some underrated natural hazards and their potential to worsen over time.

Mounting Chinese pressure on Taiwan

The incursions of Taiwan’s ADIZ by a record number of Chinese warplanes exemplifies intensifying geopolitical tensions in East Asia amid the China-United States (US) competition but does not signify imminent conflict.

2021 Quarter 4 Forecast

As we approach the end of a tumultuous year, we highlight some of the key risks to look out for across the globe in Quarter 4.

Provocation on the Belarus-Poland border

The latest migrant crisis in Europe, initiated by Belarus on the Polish border, continues a growing trend of governments engineering such crises to force political concessions from neighbouring countries.

Top 4 Autumn City Breaks

Travel restrictions are being relaxed around the world, so dust off your passport and head out on an autumn city break.

Sudan: Is the coup a setback or the end?

Sudan appears set on becoming the new Egypt, with its recent coup, which has dealt a near-fatal blow to the country’s chances of establishing a democracy in the coming years.

Underrated natural hazards and their risks

Ahead of the 2021 United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, where many of these issues will be discussed, we would like to highlight the risks associated with some underrated natural hazards and their potential to worsen over time.

Mounting Chinese pressure on Taiwan

The incursions of Taiwan’s ADIZ by a record number of Chinese warplanes exemplifies intensifying geopolitical tensions in East Asia amid the China-United States (US) competition but does not signify imminent conflict.

2021 Quarter 4 Forecast

As we approach the end of a tumultuous year, we highlight some of the key risks to look out for across the globe in Quarter 4.

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