‘Power Brokers’ features high-level individuals that have a positive impact on political risk environments around the world. Through interviews, in-depth analysis and insider profiles, GRI explores how power brokers affect the distribution of political or economic power, offering unique insight into those individuals that are shaping market trends in all corners of the world.
Jokowi won the presidential election of Indonesia in 2014, making him the first president outside of the political and military elite.
Foreign Minister Janelidze has shown the diplomatic vision necessary for a country torn between promising ties with the West and an easily agitated Russia.
Peru’s President Kuczynski is changing politics with a bold approach to reviving economic growth. His rhetoric could reverberate across a divided continent.
Akinwunmi Adesina implemented bold policy reforms in Nigeria’s agricultural sector, with innovative agricultural investment programs to expand opportunities for all. These reforms are only being continued and expanded under his leadership of the African Development Bank.
Aung San Suu Kyi will need to implement difficult reforms in order to fully bring Myanmar into the globalized economy.
Manuel Valls is not a typical French socialist politician. He is a tough-talking security hawk forcing through liberal reforms, and he “loves business”.