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International Politics The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

Foreign ministers discuss Europe. Duterte makes first state visit. Last presidential debate arrives. Brazil may lower interest rates.

International Security

Social risk: An underexposed source of disruption

Social risk is real. It is often attributed to globalisation, climate change, pandemics, migration, or social media, but these only increase its likelihood.

Economics Europe

Why Brexit is better for Britain

In this debate, GRI asked whether or not the UK should leave the EU. Mikala Sorensen argues that the past years have given rise to a feeling among Britons that

International Politics The Week Ahead

Weekly Risk Outlook

Emergency summit in Brussels could be Greece’s last chance at resolving its debt. European foreign ministers meet to discuss Ukraine. Political scandal in Brazil hits U.S. courts. EU leaders meet to discuss migration

Middle East/North Africa Politics

Two ways WWII’s legacy still links Europe to the Middle East

This May 7th marks the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe (VE Day). Just a short distance away, the Middle East still remains a major source of

Latin America Security

Poor security drives Honduras emigration

A variety of domestic factors, including a lack of security and economic opportunity, are driving steady emigration out of Honduras. Conclusions drawn from the author’s research work on the ground

Asia Pacific Economics

New Data Points to Strong Philippine Economy

In recent months a trickle of news regarding a Chinese economic slowdown, continued weakness in Europe, and stalled growth in many emerging markets has raised fears of another global recession.