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06 February 2019

Anti-government protests in Sudan

Despite ongoing unrest in Sudan, the rule of 75-year-old strong man al-Bashir is not under threat. Protests are expected to continue though, as major social and economic difficulties remain unsolved.

29 January 2019

Overcoming the political crisis in Tunisia’s transition towards democracy

In the face of growing unrest, Tunisia’s main political forces need to overcome infighting and conflict to allow the government to implement effective policy and enable the country’s next step in its transition to democracy.

23 January 2019

Gasoline Crisis: How Mexico's fight against corruption triggered unforeseen consequences

A change of strategy in fuel distribution has triggered unforeseen shortages in over a dozen states while the federal government is embarking on a fight against fuel theft and corruption to improve the economy and security situation.

15 January 2019

The outcome of the last general elections in Bangladesh and what lies ahead

Protests by the opposition are likely to continue in the near-term and have the potential to escalate to unrest after the election victory by the ruling Awami League party, which has been increasingly accused of being authoritarian.

21 December 2018

2018 Global Risk Review

In 2018, the Riskline Informer released 29 articles, serving corporate travellers and decision makers around the world. As the year comes to an end, we reflect back on 2018's most significant political developments and look towards the security environment in 2019.

18 December 2018

Making sense of political protests following split in ruling coalition in Sri Lanka

Political protests with the potential to escalate to unrest will continue across Sri Lanka in the near-term due to heightened tensions between President Sirisena’s United People's Freedom Alliance and Prime Minister Wickremesinghe’s United National Front following the collapse of their power sharing deal.

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