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Latest news, political risk analysis and expert insight:
The 12 June US – North Korea Summit is all about China
Date first published: 07/06/2018 Key sectors: all Key risks: sanctions; war; nuclear On 12 June the on-again, off-again historic summit between US President
AKE Special Report – North Africa: Risks and Opportunities
North Africa: Risks and Opportunities North Africa is a highly volatile region with significant risk to investors, but also a
AKE Senior Analyst Maximilian Hess writes on Russia-China for Foreign Policy
AKE’s Senior Political Risk Analyst Maximilian Hess has published a new piece with Foreign Policy, examining the collapse of CEFC
Papua New Guinea: The earthquake’s aftershock to the LNG industry
Date: 24/04/2018 Key sectors: liquefied natural gas (LNG); tourism; NGOs Key risks: natural disasters; violent unrest; tribal conflict On 26 February a 7.5