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Regional Elections in France

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean The first round of regional elections in France has yielded startling results, with both the far-right under Marine Le Pen and the ruling party of President Emmanuel Macron seeing significant setbacks nationwide as traditional left- and right-wing parties surge forward. In our latest podcast, Liana Semchuk, Lead Europe-Eurasia Analyst, …

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Presidential Elections in Iran

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean In our latest podcast, Alex Parsons, Lead Analyst for the Americas is joined by Eloise Scott, Lead Analyst for the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and James Hannan, Associate Analyst for Americas, to discuss the presidential elections in Iran. Iranian elections held on 18 June are almost certain …

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The G7 Summit: Politics, Policy and Possible Implications

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean In our latest podcast, Philip Riding, Middle East and Africa Lead Analyst is joined by James Barth, North America Analyst and Dr Guo Yu, Lead Analyst for Asia Pacific, to discuss the G7 Summit in Cornwall. Leaders of the world’s wealthiest economies and major democratic powers (including the EU) …

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Federal Elections in Mexico

Listen on PodBean The federal elections on 6 June will be the second-largest electoral event in Mexico’s history. Over 20,000 positions will be elected, including the entire lower chamber of the 500-seat Congress, 15 state governors, 30 State congresses, and the authorities of around 1,900 municipalities. Together with Ignacio Ayala, Latin American Analyst, Alex Parsons, …

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Energy Exporters in The Middle East and Africa – Post-Covid Policy Risk and Opportunities

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean The dual crises of the Covid-19 pandemic and collapse of oil prices have driven significant policy changes amongst many major energy exporters across the Middle East and Africa as governments are forced to address deficiencies in existing industrial models and spending habits. In this podcast Phillip Riding, MEA Lead …

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Israel and Gaza – Ceasefire offers only short-term respite

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean The latest conflict in Gaza has drawn much international attention, as has the prospect of a ceasefire, which materialised this morning. In our latest podcast, Alexander Parsons, Lead Americas Analyst, is joined by Philip Riding, MEA Lead Analyst, and Guo (Hugo) Yu, Lead ASPAC Analyst. Together they unpack the …

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Cyber threats to critical infrastructure and potential next steps

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean The ransomware attack on US energy firm Colonial Pipeline last week caused significant disruptions to fuel delivery on the East Coast, as the firm suspended most of its operations in a bid to stem the spread of malware. With Colonial pipeline transporting nearly half of US East Coast’s fuel …

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British Naval Deployment to Indo-Pacific Amid Heightened Regional Tensions

Listen on PodBean In this week’s podcast Jonathan Dunbar, EMEA Director, is joined by Guo Yu, PhD, Lead APAC Analyst, and John Harley Breen, Lead Global Risks Analyst, to discuss the British-led naval deployment to Asia amid heightened regional tensions. The UK’s new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth recently deployed as part of a larger …

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Political deadlock and sectarian strife are catalysts for Lebanon’s collapse

Listen on iTunes Listen on PodBean In this week’s podcast Alexander Parsons, Lead Americas Analyst, is joined by Eloise Scott, Middle East and North Africa Analyst, and Philip Riding, MEA Lead Analyst, to discuss the ongoing financial and socio-economic crises in Lebanon. Warnings from officials of severe difficulties in funding imports and subsidies looks to …

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The cyber security landscape in the wake of the SolarWinds operation

Listen on PodBean The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many businesses across the globe to rely more on cloud computing and third-party technology to support remote working arrangements. In this week’s podcast, Amy Reynolds, Deputy Insight Manager, is joined by Hans Horan, Cyber Analyst, and Guo Yu, lead ASPAC Analyst, to unpack how this increased inter-connectivity …

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