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Could Trump replace Brexit trade gap? – Jan. 25th, 2017.
GRI’s Nicolò Donà Dalle Rose talks to IG about a UK-US relations, and whether working with Trump will give PM Theresa May leverage in dealing with the EU.
Russia To Outperform China And Outlive Sanctions In 2017 – Jan. 4th, 2017.
Oilprice republishes GRI’s look at how Russia will fare in 2017.
What Could Possibly Go Wrong in 2017? – Jan. 3rd, 2017.
GRI talks to Ozy about various risks to watch out for around the world in 2017.
Under Trump, The National Debt Has The Potential To Grow – Jan. 3rd 2017.
Seeking Alpha republishes GRI’s look the fiscal challenges facing incoming President Donald Trump
Russia’s muscular new foreign policy will increase risks in 2017 – Dec. 29th, 2016.
Business insider republishes GRI’s analysis of Russia’s increasingly robust foreign policy, and how it will unfold in 2017.
Despite a Neighborhood on Fire, Jordan Remains Stable – Dec. 28h, 2016.
Foreign Policy Association republishes GRI’s look at how Jordan has weathered the storm of instability in the Middle East.
Zero Hedge republishes GRI’s look at Venezuela’s monetary policies, and Caracas’ conspiracy theories.
How Uncertainty In Uzbekistan Threatens China’s Energy Security – Sept. 3rd, 2016.
Yahoo News republishes GRI’s look at the impact of Islam Karimov’s death on Chinese interests in Central Asia.
The Washington Times quotes GRI’s commentary on Nicaraguan politics and the country’s upcoming election.
Fighters work to break siege in southern Aleppo – Aug. 6th, 2016.
CNN quotes GRI’s analysis of the conflict in Manjib and its wider signficance in the Syrian civil war.
Pokemon Go is Spooking Middle East Governments – Jul. 26th, 2016.
Zero Hedge republishes GRI’s look at how Middle Eastern Governments are reacting to the Pokemon Go craze.
Predicting the economics of a Trump/Pence administration – Jul. 20th, 2016.
The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget recommends GRI’s look at the potential economic fallout for the U.S should Trump become president.
Giant Helium Find May Spell Trouble for Tanzania – Jul. 2nd, 2016.
Yahoo Finance republishes GRI’s investigation into the ramifications of Tanzania’s recent helium discovery.
These Countries Could Leave the EU Next – Jun. 24th, 2016.
GRI talks to Fox Business about the potential domino effect in Europe following Brexit.
This Country is a Powder Keg, and Its Leader is Holding the Match – Jun. 22, 2016.
Ozy quotes GRI’s analysis of tensions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Why China’s Energy Deregulation Is More Important Than The Aramco IPO – Jun. 21st, 2016.
Yahoo Finance republishes GRI’s article on the importance of energy deregulation in China.
Renewables Revolution Reaching New Heights In 2016 – Jun. 21st, 2016.
Yahoo Finance republishes GRI’s look at green energy trends in 2016.
Can Sri Lanka Leverage Its Location as Indian Ocean Hub? – Jun. 20th, 2016.
Writing in The Diplomat, Anushka Wijesinha, Chief Economist of the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce quotes GRI’s analysis of Sri Lanka’s strategic location for commerce and investment.
Sino-American Trade Relations – Jun. 7th, 2016.
BBC World News sits down with GRI analyst James Tunningley to discuss trade relations between Washington and Beijing.
Why North Korea’s Failed Missle Launch Matters – Apr. 26th, 2016
ZeroHedge republishes GRI’s look at the importance behind North Korea’s recent missle launch failures.
What’s in a Name? Try the Czech Economy – Apr. 22nd, 2016
Politico cites GRI’s analysis of the economic impact on businesses, investors and national branding, of Prague’s efforts to officially rename the Czech Republic to Czechia as a must read.
Reform Needed for Algeria to Ride Out Low Oil Prices – Apr. 16th, 2016.
Yahoo Finance republishes GRI’s article on the challenges facing Algeria as energy prices remain volatile.
Italy’s Reformist Prime Minister is the Type of Leader Europe Needs – Apr. 12th, 2016.
Huffington Post republishes GRI’s look at Matteo Renzi’s impact.
Algeria: Bunkering Down in a Bad Neighbourhood – Apr. 7th, 2016.
The Financial Times’ This is Africa quotes GRI’s analysis of Algerian military spending.
ISIS Targets Nuclear Power Stations, Belgian Police Evacuates – Mar. 23rd, 2016.
China Times quotes GRI’s analysis of terrorism risks in Belgium
Global market reaction to Brussels attacks – Mar. 22nd, 2016.
Al Jazeera talks to GRI analyst Klisman Murati about the Brussels attacks, the reaction from global markets, and Brexit.
The Daily Mail quotes GRI’s insights into terrorism fears in Belgium, as security concerns surrounding European nuclear facilities increase in the wake of the Brussels attacks.
Belgium Evacuates Nuclear Plant Staff After Attacks – Mar. 22nd, 2016.
CBS News quotes GRI’s insights on ISIS’ efforts to gather intel on Belgium nuclear infrastructure.
The Rise of Switzerland’s Trump – Mar. 21st, 2016.
The Huffington Post republishes GRI’s analysis of the rise of Christoph Blocher and the Swiss People’s Party to dominance in Switzerland.
The Independent quotes GRI analysis on the changes on the horizon for Cuba.
Trump: The World’s Latest Geopolitical Risk? – Mar. 17th, 2016.
Fox Business quotes GRI’s insights on the potential geopolitical risks of a Trump presidency.
What to Watch in the Day Ahead – Mar. 15th, 2016.
Reuters recommends GRI’s talk on the ramifications of a possible Brexit on the EU as well as diplomatic issues stemming from the refugee crisis.
Will Italian Banks Spark Another Financial Crisis – Mar. 6th, 2016.
Zero Hedge republishes GRI’s article on the risk inherent in the Italian financial sector.
Black Votes Matter – Feb. 24th, 2016.
The HJAAP republishes GRI’s article on the importance of African-American voting patterns in the upcoming presidential election.
What ‘Star Wars’ can tell us About Political Risk – Feb. 11th, 2016.
GRI work’s on political risk and its connection to the narrative of Star Wars was republished by HuffPo. GRI is an official contributor to HuffPo.
Will ISIS Abandon the Caliphate for this Country? – Feb. 4th, 2016.
Speaking to Ozy, Global Risk Insights assesses the security situation in the Middle East, and ISIS’ growing role in Libya.
Kenya’s Tourism Sector Set to Recover – Jan. 27th, 2016.
The Financial Times’ This is Africa quotes GRI’s insights on trends in Kenya’s tourism sector.
Could El Niño Linked Droughts Lead to Political Unrest in Thailand? – Jan. 26th, 2016.
Time Magazine extensively quotes Global Risk Insights’ analysis on the likelihood of rural-urban political instability in Thailand as a result of severe droughts.
Friday Five: Beijing Pollution and Big Tech – Jan. 15th, 2016.
Greenpeace cites GRI’s insights into the economic effects of pollution in Beijing.
Meet the Companies Cashing in on China’s Pollution Crisis – Jan. 15th, 2016.
Nasdaq republishes GRI’s article detailing the various business opportunities – from bottled air to pollution apps -created by China’s pollution crisis.
Impact of Terrorism on Business – Jan. 12th, 2016
Speaking to CCTV America, GRI Security analyst Luke Delaine outlines how the Paris terrorist attacks will impact businesses worldwide.
Rwandan President Becomes Africa’s Latest to Seek Extended Time in Power – Jan. 1st, 2016.
The LA Times quotes GRI’s analysis of the state of politics in the Republic of Congo and the actions of President Denis Sassou Nguesso.
The Council on Hemispheric Affairs cites GRI’s analysis of Colombia’s post-war reform efforts and the challenges the country faces.
Serbia, Turkey Take Steps Towards EU Membership – Dec. 14th, 2015.
Speaking to Voice of America, GRI Europe Analyst Robert Ledger highlights the major factors which will decide Serbia’a acceptance as a EU member.
International Business Times quotes GRI’s analysis on the energy politics between Turkey and Russia.
Leading Spanish newspaper, La Vanguardia quotes GRI’s insights on France’s deficit spending and anti-terror activities.
Négy dolog, ami megváltozik a párizsi terror miatt – Nov. 17th, 2015.
Index, Hungary’s leading newspaper, republishes GRI’s article on emerging political risks following the Paris attacks.
Ethiopia Rising: A Bright Spot in Sub-Saharan Africa – Nov. 11th, 2015.
Leading Ethiopian newspaper, Awramba Times, republishes GRI article on economic trends in Ethiopia.
One-child policy latest victim of China’s anti-corruption drive -Nov. 2nd, 2015.
Transparency International lists GRI’s article on China’s changes to the one-child policy as recommended reading.
Election Tensions in Ivory Coast – Oct. 28th, 2015.
Speaking to the France24 TV broadcast, GRI’s Africa analyst, Kevin Amihersani analyzes Ivory Coast’s election and its impact on investors.
Tourism, Spending Likely to See Biggest Economic Impact of Paris Attacks – October 16th, 2015.
Speaking to Fox Business, GRI Europe Analyst Julien Freund explains how the Paris terrorist attacks would impact European markets.
What to Expect from U.S-South Korea Summit – Oct. 16th, 2015.
Speaking to the Huffington Post Live, GRI North America analyst Sam Cho assesses the relationship between the US and South Korea ahead of Obama’s meeting with South Korea president Park Geun-hye.
Flags Carry Political Risk – Aug. 27th, 2015.
The University of Southern California’s Center on Public Diplomacy highlights GRI’s analysis of the political risks surrounding the use of flags.
Forgotten Conflicts: The Wars That Go Unnoticed – Aug. 17th, 2015.
The Week cites GRI’s analysis of the economic impact of fighting in the Sinia Peninsula.
Secondary Sources Asia: Beating the Resource Curse – May 6th, 2015.
In the WSJ’s Secondary Sources Asia edition, GRI Analyst Sean’s Durns analysis on the “resource curse” is listed as a must-read for that week.
China Gambles on its own ‘Keystone Pipeline’ – April 22nd, 2015.
Yahoo! News republishes GRI’s insights from the Fiscal Times on the future of China’s energy pipelines.
Global Risk Insights quoted by Quartz on China’s massive infrastructure projects in Central and South Asia.
El fin del milagro brasileño amenaza a Rousseff – Apr. 6th, 2015.
Leading Spanish language newspaper, El Pais, quotes GRI’s analysis on the Petrobras scandal in Brazil.
GRI’s analysis of North West Passage and Canada-Russia relations extensively quoted by Canada Radio International.
Republican Controlled Congress Won’t Halt Wall Street’s Run Higher – Nov. 6th 2014.
Fox Business quotes GRI insights on the impact of the political balance within Congress on Wall Street.
Balancing Threats and Interests in the Middle East – Oct. 21st, 2014.
The Woodrow Wilson Center cites GRI’s insights on Iran’s growing geopolitical interests in Iraq.
Secondary Source Asia: FDI and its Discontents – Apr. 24th, 2014.
WSJ cites GRI’s insights on Indonesia’s rejection of bilateral investment treaties as a must read for the week.
EU Takes Steps Toward Energy Independence From Russia – Apr. 24th, 2014.
The George C. Marshall Institute cites GRI’s analysis of EU-Russia energy relations as a must read.
Putin, Tilting at History – Mar. 4th, 2014.
John Cassidy at The New Yorker quotes GRI’s insights on Putin’s strategy to boost his popularity since his re-election in 2012.
Will Iran Oil End Saudi Arabia’s Energy Reign? – Feb. 12th, 2014.
Christian Science Monitor re-publishes GRI’s analysis of Saudi-Iranian energy politics and the impact of oil on regional geopolitics.
Despite Reforms, Brazil and Mexico Lack Energy Investment – Dec. 4th, 2013.
Financial Post republishes GRI’s insights on the investment climate in Brazil and Mexico.
UK Reviving European Nuclear Energy at High Costs – Nov. 5th, 2013.
Economonitor republishes GRI’s analysis of British and European energy trends.
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