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AKE Analyst on CNBC: ‘Oligarch list’ a sigh of relief for many in Russia
Max Hess, senior political risk analyst at AKE International, discusses a list of Russia’s wealthiest released by the U.S. Treasury. Max
Iran – Iraq: Oil deal in Kirkuk likely to undermine Turkey
Date first published: 23/01/2018 Key sectors: energy Key risks: political stability; regional competition On 9 December, Iraqi Oil Minister Jabal al-Luaibi confirmed an
AKE Special Report: China’s 19th National Congress and the Economy
The 19th National Party Congress and China’s Economy While the Communist Party’s quinquennial National Congress is the biggest event in
Presidential election highlights the potential future risks
Date first published: 09/01/2018 Key sectors:all Key risks:civil unrest; political instability The nationwide protests, which began on 28 December in the